adaxially


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in an adaxial manner

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Longitudinal glabellar furrows slightly inclined anteriorly adaxially, strongly impressed posteriorly, gradually fading anteriorly, terminated at short distance from the preglabellar furrow.
2-1 cm Sepal Adaxially golden villous Corolla orientation Slightly oblique respect to the calyx Corolla color Red Corolla limb symmetry Subactinomorphic Corolla length 3-3.
Stipes are short, stiff in adult plants, adaxially canaliculated, moderate to densely scaly with scales similar to those of rhizome (Fig.
The palpebral furrow is prominent and delimits the eye-ridge posteriorly, dying out shortly adaxially, also joining a shallow posterior sutural furrow (indicated by row of pits).
5 cm, base slightly oblique, cordate, apex acuminate, margin serrate, irregularly spaced, adaxially dark green, glabrous, except on the margin where it is pilose (5-10-celled trichomes), abaxially pale green, red at the apex, or at the apex and at the apical margin above the middle, pilose, more dense on the veins (10-celled trichomes), 15-16 veins on the larger side of the blade.
drying gray-green, weakly glossy and densely pale short-lineate, broadly sulcate adaxially with bluntly acute, somewhat spreading margins; blades narrowly ovate-triangular-sagittate, narrowly acuminate at apex, prominently lobed at base, 44.
In Acorus (Acoraceae, Acorales), the putative sister to all other monocots, the perianth is more developed abaxially than adaxially (Buzgo & Endress, 2000).
5 cm, basally oblique, apically acuminate, marginally irregularly dentate, adaxially green, pilose with 8 celled trichomes, abaxially pale green, pilose with 5-7 celled trichomes, 9-10 veined on the larger side of the blade.
5 dm; middle and upper leaves subentire or serrulate; fruiting pedicels strigillose adaxially L.
Leaves 12 to 14 in number, suberect-recurved, forming a broadly crateriform rosette; sheaths broadly elliptic, 19-25 x 17-20 cm, subdensely pale-brown lepidote on both sides, greenish or sometimes reddish near the apex; blades linear, not narrowed toward the base, 30-44 x 11-14 cm, glabrescent abaxially, inconspicuously and sparsely white lepidote adaxially, rose-red throughout, more so adaxially or green toward the base and reddish near the apex, bearing dark green, sparsely arranged irregular spots, apex broadly acute to rounded and apiculate, apiculous ca.
Leaf from less than 1 m to 8 m long, pinnate, reduplicate; sheath, petiole and rachis covered with a dense indument, armed with large and small spines; petiole very short to long, adaxially channeled near the base, distally [+ or -]flattened or angled, abaxially rounded; rachis usually much longer than the petiole, adaxially [+ or -]angled, abaxially rounded; leaflets numerous, regularly arranged in one plane or grouped and oriented in several directions, single-fold or secondarily plicate, linear acute, adaxial face dark green and shiny, abaxial face usually with abundant white indument, rarely pilose, margins usually armed with short spines or bristles.
1 mm, ovate to lanceolate, orange to reddish-brown, marginally ciliate, deciduous adaxially, more dense in the margin; blade surface darker adaxially; veins evident, free, 1-2-forked, ca.