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anticlinal

[¦an·tē¦klīn·əl]
(botany)
Pertaining to a cell layer that runs at right angles across the circumference of a plant part.
(geology)
Folded as in an anticline.
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Most anticlinal fold hinges, and sometimes fold limbs as well, are complicated by jointing and faulting, including thrusts.
elongate; adaxial and abaxial anticlinal walls linear.
Mean stomata number equal on both surfaces, anticlinal wall undulate to curved triangulare 2.
Surface view of epidermis: The epidermal cells of the adaxial face showed straight thick anticlinal walls of 4 to 5 sides.
Traps were produced by anticlinal folding and the source is believed to be Late Cretaceous to Early Tertiary shales.
The Copkoy-1 well is being drilled on an anticlinal structure that was identified on 2D seismic acquired in 2007.
More importantly, where Cenozoic erosion along the Blackwater River and its tributaries has cut through the bottom of the Warrensburg Sandstone, the same anticlinal dips are observed in the Desmoinesian rocks beneath the channel (Figures 2 and 3).
the narrow to broad band of suberin encircling the anticlinal (radial or transverse) cell walls.
The geology of the East Spruce property and peripheral areas include north-northwest and northeast-trending faults, and a north-northwest-trending anticlinal fold of Lower Permian Pequop / Rib Hill Formations and the Pennsylvanian Riepe Spring Limestone.
regarding the apexes of the anticlinal structures as mineralisation
Numerous anticlinal plays have been identified and 3 matured to Prospect status