tomentose


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tomentose

[tə′men‚tōs]
(botany)
Covered with densely matted hairs.
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Sepals triangular-lanceolate, sparsely pubescent above and adaxially tomentose, margin initially glandular, denticulate, apex acuminate.
Anamorph on the natural substrate: Conidiogenous structure on young stromata or around of mature stromata on tomentose tissue, Umber (9).
Amomum durum Amomum bungoensis Leave Lanceolate to linear Elliptic, oblong-elliptic Leave apex Acuminate Caudate Ligule Deeply bi-lobed, Bi-lobed, tomentose, black pubescent, membranous line at the margin Flower Creamy white Orange Stigma Cup-shaped open upward with Cup-shaped abruptly hair at the opening widening with cilia Anther crest Obscurely trilobed Distinct trilobed
The tomentose cones of (a) a male and (b) a female Encephalartos friderici-guilielmi individual.
Lamina of larger leaves 19-28.3 cm long, 10-16 cm wide, broadly elliptical or obovate, cuneate or rounded at base, flat or slightly revolute at margin, broadly obtuse or rounded and usually abruptly short-acuminate or apiculate at apex, adaxially glabrate at maturity except often appressed-tomentose on midrib and lateral veins near base, abaxially densely and persistently tomentose with the hairs T-shaped with the long crosspiece straight or sinuous, apparently eglandular, the principal lateral veins 10-13 on each side of midrib, very prominent abaxially and sunken adaxially in dried leaves; petiole 9-14 mm long, densely and persistently appressed-tomentose or sericeous, eglandular; stipules 1.5-3 mm long.
"Annual, tomentose with branched hairs, 10-30 cm 7-20 cm [Basal leaves in a rosette [+ or -] fleeting (Maire, 1977)].
Flowers are small, much branched, unisexual in tomentose, druping, and axillary panicles in the upper axils.
(central specimen), but it is different for denticulate leaves, not mucronate, tomentose below, long petiole (> 0,8 cm) and abundant stellate and fused-stellate trichomes, versus Q.
Males with well developed tomentose patch ventrally on pro- and mesotibia (on females weakly developed) Laccocorinae (2) -- Front of head not folded posteroventrally (Fig.
The sepals are overlapping, free, pyramidal with thin margins, tomentose, and tomentose-floccose in the depressions (Figures 1g and 5a).
Flowers are spirally arranged on tomentose branchlets on a large inflorescence with three to four order branching (Henderson et al.