isodiametric


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isodiametric

[¦ī·sō‚dī·ə′me·trik]
(biology)
Having equal diameters or dimensions.
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SEM showed reticulate surface pattern with irregular polygonal mostly hexagonal, epidermal cell shape varies from isodiametric, raised, straight; smooth anticlinal cell walls and flat to slightly concave periclinal cell walls "Figure 3C and D".
The Cobram tractors, designed for vineyards and orchards, have a short minimum width and feature isodiametric steering and reversible operator position.
This morphogenetic difference demonstrates that both chemicals are growth regulators, as an isodiametric shape is characteristic of embryogenic cells (STEINER et al.
The intestine is isodiametric, though some individuals have a slightly dilated secondary loop; this may be due to the presence of food in the gut, and the intestine never forms a sac-like structure.
2005), who emphasized the AC affinity for small isodiametric cells and EB affinity for elongated cells in callus of Araucaria angustifolia.
isodiametric sclereids or "stone cells") commonly found in fruits and seeds, and the same patterning of sclerenchymatous tissue (compare Figure 2h with Figure 2i-k).
In the Figure 2a, two distinct regions were observed: a region consisting of embryonic isodiametric cells, with dense cytoplasm, prominent nucleus and stained dark nucleoli showing the formation of pro-embryos (Fig.
First cell of indeterminate branches shorter than the others, almost isodiametric, 15-25[micron]m wide (Figs.
Histological observation of callus derived from immature inflorescences performed at 7, 15 and 30 days of cultivation showed some organized sectors with proliferation of isodiametric cells, without formation of embryos or embryogenic zones.
Epidermal cells in the roots of date palm may be of spindle, rectangular or hexagonal shape which ranges from isodiametric or elongated with the longitudinal and an oblique elongation into the spindle [13].
Trees 4-25 m tall; bark exfoliating in smooth flakes over most larger limbs, the inner bark smooth, creamy, pale rose to dark cinnamon, the bark on base of trunk and eventually over the oldest parts of plant retained as pale gray, checkered, isodiametric or rectangular segments; bark of second-year branchlets soon exfoliating, leaving the inner bark smooth, reddish to dark-cinnamon sometimes with some glaucous cover; twigs of current year and petioles densely glandular pubescent, the glandular hairs 0.
A layer of isodiametric parenchyma cells is observed in abaxial-subepidermal position (Fig.