dendroid


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dendroid

[′den‚drȯid]
(biology)
Branched or treelike in form.
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5-4 cm, concolorous, after dried becomes blackened, chartaceous, lanceolate, apex acute, occasionally with slightly serrated apex, margins entire, base rounded or cuneate, venation penninerved, adaxial surface glabrescent, abaxial surfaces with tector trichomes and dendroid.
for the exhibition, Roxy Paine: Scumaks and Dendroids.
They grow out of the CSH- gel matrix, penetrate the pores, and increase the number of contacts; calcium hydrosilicates gain the morphology of dendroid formations, creating a sealed shell around the gypsum particles (Fig.
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Understanding the paleoclimate of the Rheic Ocean at the beginning of the Mississippian Period, throughout the Kinderhookian, will help determine the spatial and temporal limits of the dendroid Graptolite Dictyonema within Missouri.