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secund

[′sē‚kənd]
(botany)
Having lateral members arranged on one side only.
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17) entire, ovate-lanceolate, narrowing to a slender, channeled acumen, falcate, occasionally but not always secund, sometimes spreading in a form similar to Amblystegium riparium; costa pronounced, extending above midleaf; upper median cells of leaf (Fig.
Na linha 1, sao indicados os acentos secund rios e na linha 2 o acento primario.
Contract awarded for Assets Secund Chemical Cleaning Circuit.
Esperanza de vida al nacer Evn 25 0,63 0,32 Tasa de mortalidad materna Mint 25 0,51 0,29 Tasa mortalidad Mcardio 25 0,38 0,26 cardiovascular y diabetes Gasto publico en salud GPsalud 25 0,43 0,29 Anos esperados de Escol 25 0,49 0,22 escolaridad Poblacion con al menos Secund 25 0,77 0,25 educacion secundaria completa Puntuacion media en lectura Pisa 25 0,55 0,20 en PISA Tasa matriculacion en Univ 25 0,36 0,27 terciaria Gasto publico educacion GPeduc 25 0,31 0,23 Huella ecologica Heco 25 0,34 0,23 Emisiones pe gases efecto Inverna 25 0,57 0,25 invernadero Tasa participacion femenina Ttpfem 25 0,63 0,25 Tasa desempleo juvenil Desjuv 25 0,27 0,26 Tasa de homicidios Homic 25 0,45 0,26 Tasa masculina de suicidios Suicidio 25 0,42 0.
6 mm, slightly shiny, often undulate at margins and secund when dry, narrowly ovate-lanceolate, gradually narrowed to a blunt, dentate apex; margins bordered by a few rows of linear cells; central hyaline cells narrowly elongate-rhomboidal, with small, ringed pores at the upper corners, rarely with pores at the lower corners on the dorsal surface, mostly with numerous small pores, rarely with rather large pores at the corners on the ventral surface, the inner walls adjacent to green cells smooth; the green cells in cross section trapezoidal, more broadly exposed on the dorsal surface.
2 cm wide, spreading with secund spikes, yellowish-green, stipes ca.
Flowers nutant, lax and secund strongly zygomorphic, emerging as a downcurved hook, petals twist tightly post-anthesis; sepals to 5.
11 am to 19 pm, with a weak odor, strongly downwardly secund at anthesis (in lateral braches) to divergent (in the terminal branch), densely arranged, 42-43 mm long (not including the stamens); pedicels stout, 5-6 mm long, 7-8 mm in diameter at the apex, green, glabrous; sepals elliptic, apex obtuse and slightly emarginate, 27-28 x 13 mm, inconspicuously white-lepidote inside, glabrous outside, free, ecarinate, yellow, distinctly convex, thinly coriaceous toward the apex, thick at the base; petals narrowly elliptic, apex narrowly emarginate, 35 x 13-14 mm, yellow, erect to slightly suberect and forming a tubular corolla ca.
Flowers distichous, divergent, suberect, not secund, fragrant, densely arranged before anthesis and afterwards, 8.