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trichome

 [tri´kōm]
a filamentous or hairlike structure.

trichome

/tri·chome/ (tri´kōm) a filamentous or hairlike structure.

trichome

(trĭk′ōm′, trī′kōm′)
n.
A hairlike or bristlelike, sometimes glandular, outgrowth from the epidermis of a plant.

trichome

an epidermal outgrowth on a plant, forming a hair or spine. For example, the hairs growing out from the epidermis of cotton plant seeds are unicellular trichomes with thick, CELLULOSE walls.

trichome (trīˑ·kōm),

n tiny, delicate threadlike structure located on the surface of plants.

trichome

a filamentous or hairlike structure.
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The samples were examined using a stereoscopic microscope to determine the patterns of distribution and to verify the occurrence of trichomes.
The SCA effects for glossiness and trichome density were also nonsignificant.
It is obvious from the above discussion of the data that stomatal frequency and trichome length are unreliable traits for taxonomic purposes for this taxon.
The cost of defense against herbivores an experimental study of trichome production in Brassica rapa.
Selective surfaces were generated for each treatment using a grid spacing of 5 for trichome density and 0.
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Trichome exudates and resistance to beet armyworm (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) in Lycopersicon hirsutum f.
2008) who reported that trichome density has negative correlation with the population of leafhopper (Amrasca biguttula biguttula) on the brinjal crop.
The number of trichome per unit area was 1; the average length of trichomes was 200 (180-220) um.
Intrusive trichome bases in the leaves of silverleaf nightshade (Solanum elaeagnifolium, Solanaceae) do not facilitate fluorescent tracer uptake.