trilocular


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trilocular

[trī′äk·yə·lər]
(biology)
Having three cavities or cells.
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Anal lobe cerari with 2 conical setae and many trilocular pores on sclerotised area.
Superficie dorsal con poros triloculares y discoidales de menor tamano que el diametro de un poro trilocular.
Fruto en capsula, trilocular, dehiscente, estriado longitudinalmente, color verde.
En el laboratorio de Dendrocronologia del INIFAP CENID-RASPA, y con el apoyo de un estereomicroscopio trilocular de alta resolucion, los anillos se contaron y fecharon al ano exacto de su formacion, mediante el uso de tecnicas dendrocronologicas estandar (Stokes y Smiley, 1968).
4), trilocular con dos hileras de ovulos por loculo en placentacion axial; estilo simple, cilindrico, delgado y alargado; estigma pequeno y plumoso.
mayanus in having abundant trilocular pores, a feature described by them as "not numerous" in this species.
Gineceo con ovario aparentemente trilocular y con 6-9 ovulos aplanados en posicion central; en el exterior, densamente lanuginoso, de c.
Tri--A prefix meaning three, as trilocular, having three locules.
The stigmas are bicornute, and the ovary of the female flower is inferior and trilocular.
Fruto una capsula generalmente trilocular, triseptada o unilocular.
Its pistillate flowers have six staminodia joined to form a circle, syncarpic, tricarpellary, trilocular gynoecium, one ovule to each locule, synascidiate in the ovary, and plicated above.
10), the ovary is trilocular and septal nectaries are present, opening at the ovary base into each of three lateral grooves beneath the filaments of the inner stamen whorl (only very young flowers of Baxteria were available for this study, in which carpels were not fused).