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abaxial

[ab′ak·sē·əl]
(biology)
On the opposite side to, or facing away from, the axis of an organ or organism.
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auricle; sori completely covering abaxial surface or dentate without a basal
speciosa, em geral, foi na face adaxial (0,01 A) do que na face abaxial (0,00 B) de folhas localizadas no terco mediano (0,05 A), seguido pela apical (0,01 B) e basal (0,00 B), entre os diferentes acessos e cultivos.
Stomata size greater on the adaxial surface than abaxial surface, cell shape usually irregular Talinum 2.
The petiole surface is provided with a superficial vein-like network containing spiral tracheids, especially on the abaxial surface (Fig.
Secoes transversais das laminas foliares de todos os ambientes de cultivo demonstraram que tanto a epiderme da face adaxial quanto a epiderme da face abaxial apresentam-se uniestraficadas.
However, epidermal features of the 6-cm specimen of Bunbury's laciniate species include irregular, cluster-distributed trichomal bases on adaxial and abaxial surfaces, and on intercostal and costal fields.
In maize the number of microhairs per unit area of adaxial leaf surface of the youngest leaf almost doubled as salinity increased from zero to 120 mM NaCl, with a 50 % increase in the number of microhairs on the abaxial surface (Ramadan & Flowers, 2004).
8 x 4 mm, free, entire, green, glabrous or nearly so, the adaxial ones carinate with keels decurrent on the ovary, the abaxial one ecarinate; petals sublinear-spatulate, obtuse to subagute and minutely apiculate, 11-12 x 3 mm, free, erect at anthesis except for the suberect apex, the basal 2/3 greenish and the apical 1/3 white, bearing 2 digitate-lacerate to irregularly scalloped appendages ca.
Adaxial and abaxial midveins of one pinnule also show different widths, epidermal morphologies, and differing degrees of cutinization.
0 m long, rachis scales thick, subulate, terete, widely spreading; abaxial surfaces of rachises and costae with hairs 0.
Pupae were found on the abaxial surface of the leaves, protected by a thin translucent web.