peltate


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peltate

[′pel‚tāt]
(botany)
Of leaves, having the petiole attached to the lower surface instead of the base.
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Fronds < 25 cm long, glands and/or stipitate hairs present, peltate scales present abaxially; >1.0 mm in diameter 14.
The volatile compounds of oregano plants are accumulated in glandular trichomes which can be classified in two types: peltate and capitate glands.
brevifolia are the peltate type (Figures 2(a) and 3(b)).
A direct liquid, non-equilibrium solid-phase micro-extraction application for analyzing chemical variation of single peltate trichomes on leaves of Salvia officinalis.
peltate: Shield-shaped; having a flat circular structure attached to a stalk near the center, rather than at or near the margin.
0.5 mm diam., rounded, peltate, stellate, concolorous, orange-yellowish to brown, with long cilia margin and small central body, persistent; adaxial blade scales 0.5-0.7 mm diam., rounded, peltate, stellate, concolorous, in two types, orange-yellowish to whitish mixed with blackish, with small to large central body; veins evident, free, simple or more commonly 1-(2) forked, ca.
(2008) describe morphologically the Bignoniaceae structures as flattened dishes that may be shifted upward or downward in relation to the level of leaf blade and peltate glandular trichomes.
Peltate and capitate glandular trichomes are distributed both on the upper epidermis and lower epidermis of lamina.
Light stimulated the production of peltate glanular trichomes, the formation of which is a prerequisite for the accumulation of essential oils in thyme plants.
The monospecific genus Tostimontia (Diaz-Piedrahita, 2001) from Sierra de Santa Marta in Colombia was distinguished from Jungia by the cespitose habit, peltate leaves with foliaceous bracts, and solitary capitula.