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lacking hair or a similar growth or tending to become hairless

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Leaves alternate, often clustered near the base; sessile to long-petiolate; blades ovate to elliptic, linear, hastate to rarely orbicular, pinnately to palmately veined, margin entire to dentate, glabrescent above, densely pubescent beneath.
Pinna rachises abaxially glabrous or glabrescent, the hairs (when present) not substrigose
Florets isomorphic, bisexual, corolla bilabiate; anther apical appendages acute, tails smooth; style bifid, branches apically truncate, crowned by collector hairs Cypselae truncate to constricted at the apex, glabrescent to pubescent; pappus dimorphic, scabrid to plumose bristles, shorter in the inner floret, capillary to somewhat paleaceous.
6-1 cm in diameter, densely white-lanate to glabrescent with age, dark reddish near the base and greenish toward the apex; scape bracts not distinguishable from the leaves, spreading to reflexed and gradually reduced in size upwardly.
8 mm thick, marginate from the laminar bases, most parts terete, glabrous to glabrescent with dark brown setiform hairs 0.
later glabrescent except at the base, spiny except at the base, spines
Rhizomes brown to greenish, not rugose, lacking whitish wax-like deposits; rhizomes scales ovate, with a short acuminate apex, clathrate, dark brown, shiny, margins hyaline broad and entire, completely imbricate and covering the rhizome surfaces; laminae pinnatisect, papyraceous; medial segments adnate; rhachises, costae, laminar tissue, and veins glabrescent, with short hyaline hairs, up to 0.
Teucrium antiatlanticum, on the northern slopes of the central Anti-Atlas, adapts to winter temperatures lower than 0[degrees] It is a glabrescent plant with the least-dense indumentum of the T.
lA), glabrous or glabrescent petioles (without glandular hairs), blades linear to elongate-triangular (Fig.
Scape erect, 1,20-1,30 m long, 1 cm wide in the middle, glabrescent in the youngest portion; Scape bracts narrowly elliptic to narrowly triangular, dark purplish, 10,2-13,5 cm long, 3-3,4 cm wide, the lowest ones more or less applicate and enveloping, the upper ones reflexed, longer than the internodes, margins with thorns 2-2,5 mm long.
Sterile and fertile fronds dimorphic, sub-coriaceous, with proliferous buds at the base of the lamina, adaxial surface with glandular hairs, usually concentrated at base of lamina and extending along the axes; abaxial surface glabrescent, indument of glandular hairs, microscales (simple and furcate) on the axes; veins anastomosing.
2 cm thick toward the apex, green toward the base, reddish toward the apex, opaque, densely white-lepidote abaxially, trichomes not obscuring the color of the blades, adaxially sparsely and inconspicuously white-lepidote to glabrescent, nerved adaxially, apex long acuminate-caudate, pungent, margins white-lepidote to glabrous, subdensely spinose, spines 1-1.
19 x 15 cm, inconspicuously and minutely brown-lepidote, pale colored; blades sublinear, not narrowed at base, 59-62 x 13 cm, coriaceous, green, inconspicously and sparsely white-lepidote abaxially to glabrescent, abaxially densely covered by a dense layer of white wax, apex acuminate, shortly caudate, recurved.
8-3 cm, densely and coarsely white-lepidote abaxially mainly toward the base, glabrescent to glabrous adaxially, greenish at the base and dark red toward the apex, conspicuously nerved abaxially, densely to laxly spinose, spines narrowly triangular-acicular, 1.
5 cm, thinly coriaceous, strongly nerved mainly adaxially, inconspicously and sparsely white-lepidote to glabrescent, green, distinctly canaliculate mainly toward the base, apex acuminate-caudate, recurved.