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]

pap·y·ra·ceous

(pap'i-rā'shŭs)
Like parchment or paper.
[L. papyraceus, made of papyrus]
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It was identified as diamniotic-monochorionic placenta with a fetus papyraceous in the layers of placenta (Fig.
Lithophytic rosulated herbs, to 2.3 m high; leaves glaucous, conic-cylindrical at the apex, sheaths pale brown on the adaxial surface, dark brown on the abaxial one; pistillate inflorescences twice branched; staminate inflorescences twice or thrice branched, with apparently fascicled racemes; staminate and pistillate flowers pale green coloured, filaments in the male flowers 3.2-3.5 mm long, anthers 4.2-4.5 mm long, green; capsules papyraceous, ovoid, ca.
0.4 mm wide, erect or slightly curved, exceeding the foliage, dark violet, lepidote; peduncle bracts not foliaceous, 4-5 cm long, 1 cm wide, elliptic, apex apiculate or attenuate, longer than the internodes, nerved, lepidote, brown, papyraceous; primary bracts 2-2.5 cm long, ca.
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 2.5-4.5 [micron]m with spines aligned, forming crests, 0.8 [micron]m high.
Some of the subtypes have a propensity for poor healing with thin, cigarette-paper-like scar (papyraceous) formation as well as bruising (Figure 4), and prolonged bleeding and occasional vascular disruption.
Petiole 9-37 mm long, leaflets papyraceous. Extrafloral nectaries present between the proximal pair of leaflets or rachis just above the proximal pair.