papyraceous


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papyraceous

 [pap″ĭ-ra´shus]
like paper.

pap·y·ra·ceous

(pap-i-rā'shŭs),
Like parchment or paper.
[L. papyraceus, made of papyrus]

papyraceous

/pap·y·ra·ceous/ (pap″ĭ-ra´shus) like paper.

papyraceous

[pap′irā′shəs]
Etymology: Gk, papyros, paper
having a paperlike quality. Also spelled papyraceus.

pap·y·ra·ceous

(pap'i-rā'shŭs)
Like parchment or paper.
[L. papyraceus, made of papyrus]

papyraceous

like paper.

papyraceous fetal mummification
the commonest form of fetal mummification; fluids are resorbed, the placenta being reduced to paper-like sheets.
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Leaves opposite, strongly anisophyllous in a pair, membranous, less often papyraceous.
It was identified as diamniotic-monochorionic placenta with a fetus papyraceous in the layers of placenta (Fig.
proximally, subopposite medially, opposite distally, papyraceous,
His hitherto highly regarded, and accepted as scrupulously truthful, memoir, 'his one really fine book', albeit beautiful in form, is, in content, a papyraceous lie
The new species here proposed has, as the main features: exoperidium corky, smooth, one-layered, pseudoparenchymatous; endoperidium thin, papyraceous, dextrinoid; subgleba cellular; capillitium septate, dissociated at the septal site, lycoperdon type, without pores, elastic and spores amigdaloid, 4-6 (-7) x 2.
1 mm; leaflets 5-15 pairs, papyraceous, pilose, 4-23 x 2-65 mm, oblong-elliptic, ovate and suborbicular, venation brochidodromous, nervures 6-9 pairs, apex emarginated and mucronate, base oblique, margin plane, ciliated.
4 mm in diameter, surface papyraceous, glabrous, lenticels present, internodes 4.
6 Oral setae of culm and foliage leaves papyraceous, white; branches per node usually one or two; foliage leaf blades abaxially with a patch of white cilia at the base on both sides of the midrib.
5-2 cm, apex acute to slightly obtuse, base cuneate, actinodromous basal to supra-basal, 2-4 basal veins, dark green, papyraceous.
Leaf texture Membranaceous Papyraceous Leaf shape Lorate Oblanceolate Leaf apex Attenuate Acuminate Leaf margin Teeth hidden by Teeth hidden by the indument the indument Leaf adaxial indument Golden sericeous with Golden sparsely setulose sericeous with white hairs sparsely Leaf abaxial Green or Green with color pattern totally reddish contrasting with purple toward contrasting the apex deep purple setulose white hairs Number flowers/ 1-2 1-4 inflorescence Bracts shape Lanceolate Oblanceolate Pedicel length 3.
Pseudobulbs abbreviate, 1-leaved, ovoid, compressed, 5 cm long, 6 mm thick; covered at base by 2-3 triangular, acute, shortly apiculate, conduplicate, non-foliose, carinate sheaths, disposed in fan-like arrangement, turning papyraceous with age, 9-32 mm long.