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involucrate

[¦in·və¦lü·krət]
(botany)
Having an involucre.
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involucrate. Several methods such as thin-layer chromatography (TLC) [16], gas chromatography (GC) [17] and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) [18] have been developed for flavonoid analysis.
involucrate [23], and nonetheless further study on improvement of separation efficiency is also required.
Flowers usually not large and showy; usually actinomorphic, rarely with one calyx or petal lobe enlarged (Usteria); usually bisexual, occasionally unisexual or polygamo-dioecious; rarely involucrate (Coinochlamys): Pollination is various and may even include bats (Fagraea).
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32 cm long, ca..8 cm in diameter, green, white lanate; peduncle bracts ovate-lanceolate, acuminate and apiculate, erect, densely imbricate, 4.5-6 x 2.8-3 cm, exceeding the internodes, greenish or the upper ones reddish toward the apex and apical margins, nerved, sparsely white lanate near the base and at the apex to glabrescent, inconspicuously denticulate neat the apex to entire, the upper peduncle bracts involucrate and resembling the primary bracts.
0.8 cm in diameter, green, glabrescent, rugulose, mostly naked; scape bracts one near the base and few involucrate ones at apex, suboblong, acuminate, suberect to spreading toward the apex, green or sometimes slightly reddish at extreme apex and along the apical margins, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote toward the apex, the upper ones exceeding the petals, ca.