clavate


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clavate

[′klā‚vāt]
(biology)
Club-shaped. Also known as claviform.
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The Schoenoplectus-type embryo is reconstructed as the ancestral embryo-type in the MRCA of the Fuireneae + Cypereae clade with a clavate outline, a lateral root cap, two differentiated plumular leaf primordia and a parallel germ pore.
Ascospores 2-seriate, clavate, middle cells rounded, lower end cell long, 3-4 (-5-6) septate, slightly constricted at the septa, hyaline, smooth, 19-32 (-47.5) x 4.5-7 [micro]m ([bar.x] = 28.3 x 6.0 [micro]m; s= 5.0 x 0.8).
Clavate glandular trichomes are generally found all of the species except T.
They are pyriform or clavate and are born directly on the hyphae or on short conidiophores.
Through SEM as shown in Figure 21, a large number of clavate gypsum and acicular ettringite were found in the mortar with 1.5% sodium sulfate at 3 d age.
1' Dorsal setae cylindrical, not tapering, with apices rounded or clavate 3.
Basidia 4-sterigmate, 24-30 x 7-8.5 um, cylindrical to clavate, pale yellow with oil drops, basal septa or clamps rarely present.
Antennae inserted laterally near middle of rostrum, relatively short, reaching anterior margin of pronotum; scape large, elongate, weakly clavate, about 5.5 times longer than wide, 0.6 times as long as rostrum; flagellum short, compact, 4-articled (appears 3-articled), flagellomeres indistinctly visible, subequal in length, trapezoidal, widened distally, last flagellomeres wider than previous; antennal club 1-articled, ovoid with widely rounded apex, dilated apically, nearly as long as flagellum, apically subtruncate.