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pilose

 [pi´lōs]
hairy; covered with hair.

hair·y

(hār'ē),
1. Of or resembling hair.
See also: hirsutism.
2. Covered with hair.
See also: hirsutism.
Synonym(s): pilar, pilary, pilose

pilose

/pi·lose/ (pi´lōs) hairy; covered with hair.

pilose

(pī′lōs) also

pilous

(-ləs)
adj.
Covered with fine soft hair.

pi·los′i·ty (-lŏs′ĭ-tē) n.

hair·y

(hār'ē)
1. Of or resembling hair.
2. Covered with hair.
See also: hirsutism
Synonym(s): pilar, pilary, pileous, pilose.

pilose

Hairy.

pilose

(of plant structures) bearing hairs.

pilose

hairy; covered with hair.
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asymmetric; sepals green, abaxial surface pilose, elliptic to ovate or ovate to orbicular, 5-12 X 2-9; petals yellow, two external, oblong to ovate, 6-7 X 4-6 mm, two internal, orbicular, 7-8 X 5-5.
Stems sprawling or erect, brownish hirsute or pilose.
The basal (sterile) part of the rachillae is pilose.
Pedicel erect or oblique relative to the stem, 10-23 mm long, green, rugose, scarcely pilose to pilose, with glands toward the apex.
The leaves are 8 to 18 cm wide, shiny and glabrous, with exiguous and pilose stipules.
First pair of adanal setae (ad1), narrow and needle-like (ca 11-12 [micro]m), second pair (ad2) wider and apically pilose (ca 18-20 [micro]m).
The present findings are in conformity with those of Quisenberry and Rummel (1979) who reported that pilose was associated with high level of resistance to thrips.
5 cm, basally oblique, apically acuminate, marginally irregularly dentate, adaxially green, pilose with 8 celled trichomes, abaxially pale green, pilose with 5-7 celled trichomes, 9-10 veined on the larger side of the blade.
Head: wider than long, the anterior process short with small clypeus; gena reduced, not exceeding apex of clypeus; antenniferous tubercles blunt; eyes large, semiglobose; postocular margins broadly rounded without tubercles or spine, not exceeding outer margins of eyes, converging on constricted neck; antenna long and stout, first and fourth segments subequal in length, second shortest, third longest, first incrassate, second, third and fourth clavate, fourth with pilose apex (Fig.
TABLE 1 Morphological description of insect galls associated with host plant Styrax pohlii in the period of July, 2007, in a fragment of semi-deciduous forest in Goiania, Goias, Brazil Morpho Gall description -species Organ Form Color Pubescence A Leaf Globoid Brown Pilose B Leaf Globoid Red/Brown Pilose (erythrocyte) C Leaf (abaxial) Globoid Brown Glabrous D Leaf Globoid Brown Glabrous E Leaf Conicle Green Glabrous F Leaf (adaxial) Discoid Brown Glabrous G Stem Fusiform Brown Glabrous H Stem Globoid Brown Glabrous Morpho Gall Galling Figure -species Description Ocurrence A Isolated Hymenoptera Fig.