papillose


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papillose

[′pap·ə‚lōs]
(biology)
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cicera###typical papillose pattern, conical peaks topped###density to moderate###multi-ribbed###pet topped with wax.
5) mm long, ovoid to subglobose, with obtuse, usually apiculate apex, smooth, glossy, white; hypogynium narrow, obscurely trigonous with a whitish papillose crust.
Furthermore, seed morphology confirmed this division since the members of this group had spherical seeds, oblong hilum shape, irregular, slightly undulate, stellate anticlinal boundaries and papillose, irregular to ribbed periclinal cell wall.
The gynoecium consists of three connate carpels forming a single pistil differentiated into a 3-lobed, white ovary, a single upwardly curved, blue style, and a single capitate, papillose, pale-yellow stigma (Figs.
Petals clawed, somewhat falcate, the portion above the claw obliquely ovate, acute to shortly acuminate, base decurrent on the ovary apex, upper margin adherent to the dorsal sepal, lower margin free, repand, papillose above the middle; whole petal 11.
The typical antipatharian spines arising from the skeleton are here equal on both sides of the stem, triangular, and with a slightly papillose tip.
8) in HL; teeth uniserial, consisting of about 32 (28-32) teeth in each jaw; tongue broadly rounded, papillose on dorsal surface; gill rakers moderately elongate, longest on lower limb near angle about one-half longest gill filaments; nostril round with slightly raised rim, about midway between anterior edge of eye and upper lip.
5 mm; stigma convolute-bladed, densely papillose, yellow, ca.
Lappagopsis is characterized by its rachis and/or spikelets densely hairy, the hairs stiff, papillose, white, and its upper anthecium is hairy and dark brown.
A revision of the North American papillose Allocreadiidae (Digenea) with independent cladistic analysis of larval and adult forms.
700 [micro]m, compact around the central canal, densely fissured on the outside; surface of the central canal papillose.
Most of the epidermal cells are papillose and are interspersed with few stomata, both adaxially and abaxially (Figs.