peltate


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peltate

(of a plant structure) flattened and with the stalk attached to the centre of the lower surface, not the edge.
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Fronds >25 cm long, glands and/or stipitate hairs present, peltate scales absent abaxially; sori<0.
It is interpreted as a male cone composed of peltate microsporophylls, the elongate sporangia being attached to the heel of the microsporophyll and parallel to the stalk.
Color scanning electron microscopy of peltate glandular trichomes of fresh developing hops (Humulus lupulus L.
The presence of unusual peltate or flattened isidia clearly distinguish this primarily northern species from P.
lindneri supported by the presence of peltate bracts (character 16), an abscission zone in the base of the peduncle (20), and psilate pollen (47); and the remaining crown clade defined by non-bracteate flowers (14) which have an incomplete syrinx (29) and containing Euglypha, Holostylis and all the Neotropical species of Aristolochia.
It is distinguished by swollen root-bearing nodes along the rhizomes, and the centrally peltate large orbicular leaves.
1993) reported that ozone stress increases the density of hairs and peltate scales (glands described by Lapinjoki et al.
JC Sowerby is a floating fixed hydrophyte with peltate and circular leaves of up to 2 meters in diameter that are connected to the main stem through long flexible secondary stems (Sculthorpe, 1967; Cronk & Fennessy, 2001).
vulgare, NGT: non glandular trichomes, PGT: peltate glandular trichomes, CGT: capitate glandular trichomes (Photos: Marzieh Shafiee-Haijabad)
Cataphylls conserving an arrested but clearly peltate and lobed lamina are known to occur also in Podophyllum peltatum (Holm, 1899, his Fig.
A direct liquid, non-equilibrium solid-phase micro-extraction application for analyzing chemical variation of single peltate trichomes on leaves of Salvia officinalis.
rounded, peltate, stellate, concolorous, orange-yellowish to brown, with long cilia margin and small central body, persistent; adaxial blade scales 0.