bicellular


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bicellular

[bī′sel·yə·lər]
(biology)
Having two cells.
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1-3) are small, bicellular structures, ranging from 15 to 70 pm (Marcum et al.
filiculoides, which he distinguished on the basis of bicellular trichomes and granular perine present in the former species and unicellular trichomes and warty perine present in the latter.
However, it is relevant in biological terms, since it reflects that totipotency of male gametophytes would not be restricted to the stage of vacuolate microspore-early bicellular pollen, as is widely accepted.
Massulatae orchids also behave synchronously in this respect, because the cytomictic channel persists until the early bicellular stage (Heslop-Harrison, 1968).
Although multicellular microhairs have more than two cells in Joinvilleaceae and some early-diverging lineages (where they are bi- and multicellular), they are bicellular in most Poaceae.