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adaxial

[‚ad′ak·sē·əl]
(biology)
On the same side as or facing toward the axis of an organ or organism.
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Leaves opposite, sometimes with cluster of colleters adaxially at juncture of apex of petiole and base of blade.
Adaxially attached sporangia: 0 = absent; 1 = present.
Indusia completely covering the sori; scales bullate on the pinna rachises abaxially; lamina tissue between the veins adaxially glandular 7.
85 x 8 mm, yellowish adaxially except for the wine-suffused apical margins, wine suffused toward apex abaxially except for the yellowish margins, strongly recurved at anthesis and completely exposing the stamens, becoming pendentflaccidescent afterwards, bearing at base 2 linear, acute to acuminate, entire, ca.
Longitudinal glabellar furrows slightly inclined anteriorly adaxially, strongly impressed posteriorly, gradually fading anteriorly, terminated at short distance from the preglabellar furrow.
Lastreopsis-type" rachis-costa architecture), adaxially pubescent, the hairs 0.
The palpebral furrow is prominent and delimits the eye-ridge posteriorly, dying out shortly adaxially, also joining a shallow posterior sutural furrow (indicated by row of pits).
0 mm, ascending to spreading, lanceolate, dark brown to golden brown, firm to thin and subclathrate, lustrous, Hat (not twisted or tortuous), entire to sparsely denticulate, adaxially eglandular, densely pubescent, scaly, the hairs 0.
5 mm, brown, lanceolate, lustrous, appressed to spreading, twisted (but not tortuous), sparsely denticulate, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially eglandular, densely pubescent, non-scaly, the hairs 0.
Above the articulation, the epidermis is uniform adaxially and abaxially and is composed of large, transversally striate rectangular cells, lacking stomata and papillae (Figs.
evenly rounded and slightly concave; palpebral furrow rather deep, widest anteriorly; palpebral rim widens slightly anteriorly; a specific pattern of lirae (see Bruton & Heyberget 2006) covers the anterior part of the palpebral fixigena, and the posterior part with the muscular pattern is bounded adaxially by a narrow ridge.
5 cm wide, elliptic, coriaceous, adaxially violaceous, abaxially brown, ventricous, conspicuous; blades ca.