paracytic

par·a·cy·tic

(par'ă-sī'tik), Do not confuse this word with paracystic or parasitic.
1. Relating to cells other than those normal to the part where they are found.
2. Between or among, but independent of, cells.
[para- + G. kytos, cell]

paracytic

(păr″ă-sĭt′ĭk) [″ + kytos, cell]
Concerning cells other than those normally present in a specific location.
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Hypostomatic leaves, paracytic stomata, straight-walled epidermal cells, dorsiventral mesophyll and the collateral vascular system are usual characters of Rubiaceae family (Solereder, 1908; Metcalfe & Chalk, 1950).
5 (60-73) um, stomata were in abundance, stomatal type was diacytic or Paracytic.
Leaves have abundant paracytic type of stomata (Dwari and Mondal, 2011).
Such as while studying anatomical parameters different types of stomata were recognized like diacytic, paracytic, anisocytic and hypostomatal within the selected species.
Stomata Both anisocytic and paracytic type on either side Quantitative analysis 1 Stomatal number upper surface 202-216-238 Stomatal number lower surface 184-212-248 2 Stomatal index upper surface 17.
Stomata are usually paracytic on the abaxial surface whereas they are hemi-paracytic to paracytic on the adaxial surface of all the species.
Metcalfe and Chalk (1957) and Jaiswal, Naik, Tatke, Gabhe, and Vaidya (2012) had already described the presence of paracytic stomata connected with irregular subsidiary cells in Anacardium occidentale leaves.
Different types of stomata were recognized like diacytic paracytic anisocytic and hypostomatal in all the studied species.