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papillose

[′pap·ə‚lōs]
(biology)
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cicera###typical papillose pattern, conical peaks topped###density to moderate###multi-ribbed###pet topped with wax.
Achenes (1.5-) 23 (-3.5) mm long, ovoid to subglobose, with obtuse, usually apiculate apex, smooth, glossy, white; hypogynium narrow, obscurely trigonous with a whitish papillose crust.
Peristome well developed; exostome yellowish, brownish towards base, lower outside ornamentation cross-striolate, upper outside ornamentation papillose, border broad, widened where ornamentation changes from cross-striolate to papillose; endostome hyaline to yellowish, basal membrane high, about 35-40% of endostome height, segments perforated, papillose, cilia 2-3, long, appendiculate at least in upper part of cilia, otherwise nodose.
Peristome well developed; exostome yellowish, lower outside ornamentation dotted (reticulate at high magnification), upper outside ornamentation papillose, border broad; endostome hyaline to yellowish, basal membrane high, 40-45% of endostome height, segments narrowly perforated, papillose, strongly papillose in upper part, cilia 2-3, long, nodose.
57) oblong, bearing conspicuous micropyle at narrow end, opposite end is papillose; seed coat thick, woody, comprising nearly 20--25% of the diameter of the seed; empty individuals are dark brown to black in color, some specimens are reddish in color due to the reflectance of white endosperm within the seed; examination of endosperm from seeds shows cells intact; embryo present (Fig.
generosus Gi- Lips papillose. Broad upper lip Broad rard, 1857a, b, bears [geq]2 rows of papillae; larger 1858; C & Y lower lip incised caudomedially.
Wide-ranging, large carnivores, such as lynx and wolverines, have been reported as well as little-known, old-forest species such as the red-backed vole and the papillose tail-dropper.
Peristome double, exostome cross-striolate below, papillose above; endostome segments papillose, membrane basal high, cilia none.
Acanthosis nigricans (AN) is characterized by hyperpigmented and papillose thickening of the epidermis, which is mainly present on the skin folds, such as the axillae, posterior neck, umbilicus, and occasionally mucosal surfaces [1, 2].
The stigmatic surface is composed of unicellular simple short trichomes in Hymenaea courbaril (Figs, 1b and 4b); papillose cells in Bauhinia curvula (Figs, 1a and 4a), Caesalpinia echinata (Fig.