Inflorescence terminal, paniculate, erect to arched and/or pendulous, three divided; male inflorescence 50-180 cm high, three times branched, peduncle brown, erect, cylindric
, 50-80 cm long, 8-12 mm diameter; peduncle bracts light brown linear to long triangular, 25-50 cm long.
Stipe 3-8 cm, white, usually ventricose when young, later cylindric
. Spores globose, smooth, 4-6 um.
, compact, grayish, approximately 70 cm long; lower bracts imbricate, narrowly triangulate, acuminate.
We shall now apply standard test theory (Mukopadhyay, 2000) to determine the optimal (i.e., most powerful) procedure, which allows us to decide if it is appropriate to adopt the shape of a stick (rectangular or cylindric
) or whether in view of the measurements we should rather opt for the alternative shape-type admitted under [H.sub.1].
Studies by Amer & Shahin with fowls report that at 1 month of age the testis are elongated and cylindric
; at 2 months of age, the left testis assumed the shape of a bean, while the right testis remained elongated, and then, at 4 months, both testis were bean shaped.
Additionally, long bore lengths in cylindric
MR scanners can be uncomfortable for obese patients who might become claustrophobic if the entire torso is in the bore.
Slips take place by shearing on a somewhat cylindric
Commonly known as "guaco", the plant grows as a timbered shrub with a branched cylindric
stem (Castro et al., 1986).
Main diacritic features of the specimen from Barbera dell Valles are the long, cylindric
spikes, small glumes ca.
We obtained cylindric
DU pellets from Manufacturing Sciences Corporation (Oak Ridge, TN).