isodiametric


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isodiametric

[¦ī·sō‚dī·ə′me·trik]
(biology)
Having equal diameters or dimensions.
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Seeds with a papillate surface, the cells inflated, tall, more or less isodiametric to rounded, larger than the previous option.
The mesophyll consists of 2-3 parenchymatic isodiametric cells that vary in size and delimit large intercellular spaces.
On the adaxial surface, the hypodermis varies from one to three layers of cells of varied shapes, from rectangular to isodiametric. On the abaxial surface, one to two layers are formed (Figure 2d-f).
Venation comprises a system of moderately spaced fine, longitudinally oriented veins that form elongate areoles in the lower half but in the apical half interconnect into a reticulum with more or less isodiametric polygonal areoles.
fan, and adjoined internally by a few isodiametric parenchymatous cells." Colleters stain more darkly than does the surrounding leaf
Isodiametric inner 1ayer walls of outer periderm showed a medium intensity reaction for lipids and the orange color of rhytidom layer increased.
The parenchyma consists of seven layers of isodiametric cells, surrounded by small intercellular spaces which expand in volume in the proximal region from 12-17.5 cm and become lacuna (Figure 1d).
Epidermal cell morphology (Dilcher, 1974): (0) elongate cells and deeply undulate outline; (1) isodiametric, pentagonal-hexagonal, straight to round walls; (2) hexagonal with straight walls, interspersed with irregularly shaped, sinuously walled cells.
Central cells very irregularly isodiametric. Cortical cells radially flattened; often collapsed.