Leaves wide ovate
or sub orbicular, thick, 4-5 cm long and wide, acute and obtuse, base rounded and ending suddenly, margin crenulate-serrate or near to dentate, on the upper side dark green, glabrous.
This U-shaped purse has a similar floral design to each side, featuring a 6-petal central flower flanked by large ovate
leaves on a network of hair stems, all within hair stem and white linear borders.
Flowers 0.7-3 cm diam., asymmetric; sepals green, abaxial surface pilose, elliptic to ovate
to orbicular, 5-12 X 2-9; petals yellow, two external, oblong to ovate
, 6-7 X 4-6 mm, two internal, orbicular, 7-8 X 5-5.5 mm, cuculus bent around the androecium, 10-15 X 5-9 mm; stamens yellowish to vinaceous, 2.5-5.5 mm long; staminoids 0.5-2 mm long; ovary vinaceous, pilose, 5-12 mm long; style green to vinaceous, 6-11.5 mm long.
Influence of FYM and inorganic fertilizers on growth and yield of isabgol (Plantago ovate
1 mm of the petiole, glabrous with matt appearance, leaf blades (6-)10-16(19) cm long, (2-)6-13(-15) cm wide, dimorphic through the sympodial axe, monopodial leaves ovate
to broadly ovate
, slightly to deeply cordate at the base, with the lobes slightly asymmetrical; sympodial leaves oblong-lanceolate to elliptic, obtuse to round, almost symmetrical at the base; moderately to long acuminate at the apex; non-ciliate at the margin, glabrous or with occasional minutely hairs on both surfaces; palmately nerved, veins (3-)5-7(-9); non-membranaceous, with lustrous appearance.
Models with distinction between ovate
and lanceolate leaves were generated using 186 ovate
leaves and 117 lanceolate leaves, while models without such distinction were generated using 303 mixed leaves.
The last treatment option remaining was rehabilitation with ovate
pontics supported fixed dental prosthesis for the extracted teeth.
pontic is the most aesthetically appealing design.
Chief among them is the Chittenango ovate
amber snail, a small land snail found nowhere else in the world and whose population is threatened (see next page).
Cyclops named Darcel is the star of illustrator Craig Redman's blog Darcel Disappoints, which the 34-year-old Australian started after winning a U.S.