trichomatous

trichomatous

[trikom′ətəs]
Etymology: Gk, trichoma, hairy growth
1 pertaining to an introversion of the margin of the eyelid.
2 pertaining to matted hair or ingrowing hair.

trichomatous

An obsolete adjective referring to a Polish plait or to trichiasis.

trichomatous

(trĭ-kŏm′ă-tŭs)
Of the nature of or affected with trichoma.
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All extractions were done from immature (not fully expanded) leaves that were harvested directly to microplates in the greenhouse or from detached leaves stored at 4[degrees]C overnight, except in tile case of hop, where the tissue is a kiln-dried processed agricultural product: namely, the trichomatous glands and the bracts and bracteoles of the female hop flower.