In upper view it has a more or less rhomboidal
shape, with the minor axis variable in length.
Meseguer, "An analysis on the dependence on cross section geometry of galloping stability of two-dimensional bodies having either biconvex or rhomboidal
cross sections," European Journal of Mechanics B, vol.
estremadurensis Leaf morphology Rhomboidal
, flat Leaf margin Lobulate Marginal spines Absent or present Nerves Not protruding, mostly sinuate < 8 Pubescence Both surfaces glabrous Petiole length mm 3(-5) red Types of trichomes above Simple-uniseriate Scarce Bulbous Present Solitary Scarce Fasciculate Absent Multiradiate Absent or Present Stellate Absent or Present Fused-stellate Absent Table 3 Comparisons between Quercus xrosa-pintii Vila-Vicosa, F.M.
In the equatorial view, the most typical shapes are rhomboidal
, apiculate, rectangular, or oval.
Peridial cells yellowish brown, rhomboidal
to oblong or irregular, 17.7-39 x 22-53 um (mean 35.28-37.86 um); wall densely verrucose, 2.8-8.5 um.
SEM image (Figures 5(a) and 5(b)) of biosynthesized gold (0.1 mL ABE and 1 mM salt concentration) and silver nanoparticles (0.1 mL ABE and 1mM salt concentration) showed the presence of hexagonal or rhomboidal
The Bankclimber Plectomerus dombeyanus (Valenciennes, 1827) is a freshwater mussel (Mollusca: Unionidae) that typically has a thick, rhomboidal
shaped, moderately inflated shell and obtains lengths up to 150-mm (Parmalee and Bogan, 1998; Williams et al., 2008).
Axial sculpture of prosocline pliculae persists throughout growth; pliculae generally slightly weaker than cords, these together producing a regular, oblique cancellation with equilaterally rhomboidal
interstices; cords roundly beaded where crossed by pliculae; beads stronger and more angular on subsutural cord and still larger and scale-like or spine-like on peripheral cord.
ears connected across forehead with large tragus (1/2 ear length).
rhomboidea has coarser striae and rhomboidal
girdle view (Plate 3: Fig.