anticlinal


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anticlinal

[¦an·tē¦klīn·əl]
(botany)
Pertaining to a cell layer that runs at right angles across the circumference of a plant part.
(geology)
Folded as in an anticline.
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The leaves are glabrous and hypostomatic, with the ordinary epidermal cells of the adaxial surface rectangular in FV, parallel to each other, with straight anticlinal walls (Fig.
grandiflora Length of Adaxial 22.12 [+ or -] 1.36 epidermal cell * Abaxial 23.94 [+ or -] 0.97 Pattern of Adaxial Sinuous anticlinal wall Abaxial Sinuous Traits P.
Los cambios mas notables se producen en su perimetro y en el grosor de la pared anticlinal de las celulas epidermicas (Tabla 1).
The incision of the valley in which the Warrensburg Sandstone was deposited apparently allowed the development of the valley anticlinal structure.
These folds are identified and interpreted on the basis of stratigraphic repetition and include alternate anticlinal and synclinal structures (Fig.3).
Traps were produced by anticlinal folding and the source is believed to be Late Cretaceous to Early Tertiary shales.
Limbus shows glabrous and hipostomatic epidermis, with epidermal cells ordinary of sinuous anticlinal walls on the adaxial side and slightly sinuous in abaxial; stomata are paracytic (Figure 6A and B).
A su vez, las celulas epidermicas en vista superficial generan ornamentaciones con disenos a modo de "puzzles" debido al contorno de su pared anticlinal; estas celulas varian en su forma, ya que pueden ser desde aproximadamente circulares u ovaladas hasta francamente elongadas.
Oil prospect 'Wesley' is a shallow anticlinal trend adjacent to a number of oil seeps, with tar formation (biodegraded oil) interpreted as the sealing mechanism for the prospect.