basalia

basalia

[bə′sal·ē·ə]
(vertebrate zoology)
The cartilaginous rods that support the base of the pectoral and pelvic fins in elasmobranchs.
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Tenders are invited for Improvement of basalia-i check dam near village basalia in odapada block of dhenkanal district
Herba saxicola, caespitosa, florens ad 60 cm alta; folia basalia, dimorpha, viridia laminis linea recta transversa deciduis, altera castanea, persistentia.
Folis basalia, ovata vel ellipticae, lamina subtus velutinus.
Herbae perennes, erectae, 19-26 cm altae; folia omnia basalia, disticha, aequitantia, lineari-ensiformia, glabra, purpurea, basim versus 15-22 cm longa, folia vetera annulum ex fibris constatum basim versus formantia; scapus simplex, alatus, glaber, 17-24 cm longus, 0.5-1 mm latus, margine denticulatus versus apicem; spathae inaequales, geniculatae; tepala flava, elliptica, 8-10 mm longa, 2.5-4.5 mm lata; capsula nutans, sphaerica vel subsphaerica, glabra, 3.5-5 mm longa, 3-4 mm diametro; semina sphaerica vel subsphaerica, brunnea, 1-1.5 mm diametro, reticulata.
Folia numerosa, vaginae distinctae, ellipticae, 7-10 cm longae, 4-5 cm latae; laminae anguste triangulari-lanceolatae, 37-55 cm longae, 1.3-1.7 cm latae, involutae, distaliter arcuatae; scapus inflorescentiae erectus, teres, 29-50 cm longus; inflorescentia simplicissima; spica anguste elliptica, complanata, 18-25 cm longa, 3.5-4.5 cm lata; bracteae florales distichae, imbricatae, late ovatae, 5-5.5 cm longae, 4-4.5 cm latae, carinatae, supera virides, basalia incarnatae, nervatae; petala 7-8 cm longa, ca.