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bicellular

[bī′sel·yə·lər]
(biology)
Having two cells.
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Bicellular microhairs on the adaxial surface developed; adaxial epidermal cells larger than abaxial epidermal cells (excluding the bulliform cells)....Merostachys neesii
1-3) are small, bicellular structures, ranging from 15 to 70 pm (Marcum et al., 1998; Marcum & Murdoch, 1990; Marcum, 1999; 2008), with relatively thin walls (Metcalfe, 1960); they can be distinguished from macrohairs, which are large, thick-walled, unicellular trichomes.
The optimal conditions consisted of an OD600 of 0.3 and infection time of 10 min, and we obtained 70.82% of GUS transient expression frequency for late unicellular pollen and 79.33% for bicellular pollen.
Among the trichomes all the three species have similar non-glandular trichomes: that are unicellular, bicellular and
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5.5 mm in length on the edges and small bicellular trichomes of 120 [micron]m in length on the surface.
2h) which is bicellular to multicellular with long thin and pointed apical cells infrequently short and pointed too.
The tapetal cells were degenerated at the stage of uni-cellular or bicellular pollen grains, and only relics of the tapetum are visible in the stage (Fig.