secund


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secund

[′sē‚kənd]
(botany)
Having lateral members arranged on one side only.
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In this paper we introduce a new secund derivative multi-step method (SDM[M.
Myn owne sele set per tille, Gyuen at Caluerye on pe hille, 55 pe secund day of gret mercye, And of my yeres thre and threttye.
suborbicular, obtuse and not incurved at the apex, ecarinate) and the not secund lowers (vs.
In such an interpretation, the writer would be saying she wished to speak plainly to Henry in his person as lover (`the secund Troyles') and not to have him, in his person as king (`Royall Ox'), appear to be a hypocrite, a `swan that ys whyte in existence To be cleped Coll.
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.
Leaves many, forming a dense rosette, more or less secund and twisted, rigid, to 10 cm long, the adaxial ones with asymmetrical keel, densely covered with cinereous adpressed trichomes; sheaths 1.
Flowers distichous, divergent, suberect, not secund, densely arranged in late anthesis, pedicels comparatively slender, ca.
Especially the first flowers in a spike are strongly downwardly secund, the ones toward the apex are downward (pendent) because of the pendent curving spike.
Flowers sub-distichous, divergent, slightly secund, suberect; nocturnal but showing open corollas along the next morning in colder days, densely arranged toward the apex in the early anthesis to sparsely arranged afterwards, 13-14 cm long (wih petal extended, including the stamens), pedicels stout, 10-12 mm long, ca.
15 in number, suberect-arcuate to ascending toward apex, forming a subdense, round and slightly secund rosette; sheaths suborbicular, ca.