peduncular


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pe·dun·cu·lar

(pe-dŭng'kyū-lăr),
Relating to a pedicle or peduncle.

pe·dun·cu·lar

(pĕ-dŭngk'yū-lăr)
Relating to a pedicle or peduncle.

peduncular

(pĕ-dŭn′kū-lăr) [L. pedunculus, a little foot]
Concerning a peduncle.
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A maior antecipacao do processo foi observado no clone CCP 76, com sementes na posicao peduncular e pre-embebidas em agua, cuja estabilizacao da emergencia ocorreu aos 16 dias, contra os 26 dias verificados no clone CCP 06 (semente natural/posicao dorsal).
Colour of the female paratype in alcohol : pale yellowish; a narrow dusky band just below the peduncular part of lateral line extending anteriorly and fainter to above base of sixth anal ray; a small dusky spot centrally on the dorsal fin membrane; an irregular dusky spot at the base of the caudal fin above the lateral line and extending dorsally to the base of the third principal caudal ray; all other fins translucent.
De un total de 24 variables cualitativas analizadas, siete de ellas fueron monomorficas para todas las especies silvestres y las variedades cultivadas; asi, todas presentaron la base de la hoja en forma abierta, el apice de la hoja en forma aguda, tanto la disposicion de sepalos como de petalos fue gamosepala, la disposicion del ovario supero, todos los frutos inmaduros fueron de color verde claro; y, la cicatriz peduncular se observo siempre tapada por el caliz.
Peduncular hallucinosis (PH) is characterized by striking visual images, which may persist for years, very similar to the hypnagogic hallucinations experienced by BG.
The use of the peduncular bract of species with underground stems as spoons and the sheaths of buriti palms as dustpans are examples of direct use.
The branches of these segments are the peduncular perforating and thalamogeniculate arteries, branches to the ventricles and to the choroid plexus, besides inferior temporal branches (anterior, middle and posterior temporal arteries) [1].
Syagrus like the other genera of the Cocoseae tribe, is characterized by inflorescences with large peduncular, persistent bracts, and fruits with a hard endocarp and three pores (Dransfield et al., 2008), reproductive characters that are used to distinguish taxon.
(1), (2) The absence of decussation of the superior cerebellar peduncular fibre tracts causes decreased anteroposterior diameter of the midbrain and a deep interpeduncular fossa.