equatorial axis

equatorial axis

[‚e·kwə′tȯr·ē·əl ′ak·səs]
(geodesy)
The diameter of the earth described between two points on the equator.
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46 m equatorial axis lengths, while Crambe orientalis subsp.
After the examination of each species, measurements were done for colpus length and thickness, pore length and thickness, pollen shape, exine thickness, intine thickness, polar axis length, equatorial axis length of pollen.
The pollen morphology of the genus Arabis (Brassicaceae) istricolpate, but some of them are 2- and 4-colpate, prolate-spheroidal, subprolate, suboblate, prolate and oblate, polar axis and equatorial axis are 11.
With the light microscope, at least 50 measurements are performed for each pollen feature (P: Polar axis, E: Equatorial axis, Clg: Length of colpus, Clt: Width of colpus, Plg: Length of porus, Plt: Width of porus, t: Apocolpium and Ex: Exine thickness).
36 [micro]m and their equatorial axis ranges from 21.
The polar and equatorial axis, the length of colpus and porus, apocolpium and exine thickness of C.
The morphometric characteristics were evaluated (polar axis, equatorial axis, polar relationship axis/equatorial axis of the grain of pollen and the polar axis, equatorial axis and polar relationship axis/equatorial axis of the main cell) and pollen viability for each pine species.
nodosum) on pollen characteristics (polar axis length and equatorial axis length), fertility and germination rates of grapevine cultivars 'Narince' and 'Thompson Seedless'.
The polar and equatorial axis lengths of pollens of the two cultivars were significantly affected by the treatments (Table 3, 4).