fimbriate


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fimbriate

[′fim·brē‚āt]
(biology)
Having a fringe along the edge.
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5 first-order tentacles with many smaller intermediaries, posterior third minutely fimbriate; anterior three-quarters of left lobe with approx.
Neck lobes originate beneath eyestalks, overlapping snout flanges, and extend posteriorly for approximately half length of animal; free margin of both lobes microscopically fimbriate with micropapillate tentacles of 2 or 3 sizes emerging from beneath margin; more numerous on left lobe than right; neck lobes narrowing posteriorly and merge seamlessly with epipodial fold.
Capitula homogamous or heterogamous; discoid, radiate, ligulate, or disciform; receptacle epaleate, less frequently paleate, glabrous to pubescent, alveolate, ciliate, setose to fimbriate; involucre uniseriate to multiseriate.
Rhizome scales fimbriate; blades basally broadly cuneate; abaxial blade scales 0.5-2.0 mm long, fimbriate E.
13B); lumen of epiphallus lined by 4 or 5 well-developed longitudinal ridges with weaker second and third order intermediaries; ridges microscopically transversely fimbriate, those on the inner wall (adjacent to penis) extending for entire length of epiphallus, those on outer wall ending at base of bulla, which itself has a hollow core.
8, subflabellate, complanate, shortly stipitate, the basal ones 30-35 x 15-20 mm (excluding the petals), 2 to 4-flowered in total, sometimes bearing a 2-flowered, single secondary fascicle; floral bracts ovate-lanceolate, apex acute and minutely apiculate, entire to inconspicuously spinulose at the apex, 24-28 x 13- 19 mm, slightly shorter to nearly equaling the sepals, carinate, membranaceous, greenish-hyaline, subdensely and inconspicuously pale-castaneous lepidote, trichomes fimbriate. Flowers 40-49 mm long, odorless, subsessile, pedicels inconspicuous, 1-2 mm long; sepals 24-26 x 8 mm, connate for ca.
From the Greek thrix, trichos, hair, and kline, bed in reference to the fimbriate receptacle.
Abdomen: gills on segments I-VII fimbriate, dorsal and ventral portions similar, from dark-grey to black and progressively smaller posteriorly; tracheae branched from the base (Fig.
Circular, yellow, fimbriate colonies of 4mm size or larger, Gram positive bacilli with subterminal oval spores having characteristic horse stable odour was indicative of C.