bicellular


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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).
1-3) are small, bicellular structures, ranging from 15 to 70 pm (Marcum et al.
Microspores at late unicellular or early bicellular stage can be out of the normal process of pollen formation to undergo androgenesis (Heberle-Bors, 1985).
Glandular ones differ in having unicellular head with unicellular or multicellular stalk in Salvia aegyptiaca; unicellular head and unicellular stalk, unicellular head and bicellular stalk and multicellular head and unicellular stalk in Salvia deserti and unicellular stalk and head in Salvia spinosa.
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.
For most species the only period of microspore sensitivity to inductive pretreatments revolves around the transition from the uninucleate, vacuolate microspore to early, bicellular pollen, i.
In all species, glands were bicellular, with a basal, and cap cell, and were surrounded by numerous papillae in C.