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abaxial

[ab′ak·sē·əl]
(biology)
On the opposite side to, or facing away from, the axis of an organ or organism.
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The mean squares for hybrids, CMS lines, restorers, CMS lines x restorers, and for their interactions with the environments were statistically significant at P = 0.05 or 0.01 for leaf glossiness and trichome density on abaxial and adaxial leaf surfaces, except the mean squares for environments x CMS lines for trichomes on the abaxial leaf surface (Table 5).
oleracea to 12 and 8 on the abaxial and adaxial surfaces of P.
The spongy parenchyma cells were located next to the abaxial epidermis.
Also, the gs at the abaxial surface showed significant additive (a) and dominance (b) effects at stress and water holding sites but only dominance (b) effect was significant at normal site.
Abbreviations: proportion Of the adaxial epidermis (ADE%); proportion of abaxial epidermis (ABE%); proportion of chlorophyll parenchyma (PAR%); proportion of the sum of total phloem in the leaf (PHT%); proportion of the phloem in one vascular bundle (PHVB%); proportion of the bundle sheath in the vascular bundle (BS%); proportion of the vascular bundles in the leaf (VB%); proportion of the sum of total xylem in the leaf (XLT%); proportion of the phloem in one vascular bundle (XLVB%); proportion of the sum of total fibers in the leaf (FBT%), proportion of the fibers in one vascular bundle (FBFV%).
Axillary branching, leaf-opposed branching and abaxial branching are distinct types of stem nodal meristems based on location and position of the branching meristem (Fig.
This can be explained by the presence of other allelochemicals with an antagonistic effect similar to that caused by the acylsugar and also by the fact that this accession showed a low amount of abaxial trichomes.
Hojas opuestas, peciolos de 1-2 cm de largo, laminas de 8-14 x 2-4 cm, angosto ovadas o elipticas, apice agudo, base aguda, margen entero, a veces serrado hacia el apice, cartaceas, cara adaxial glabra o puberula, cara abaxial densamente hispida, principalmente sobre los nervios, excepcionalmente glabras o ligeramente pilosas, venacion pinnatifida o a veces reticulada, muchas veces las venas secundarias convergen en venas marginales, con un par de glandulas en la base de la lamina.
Adults usually remain perched at the end of the abaxial leaves of the plant (Fig.