puberulent


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Synonyms for puberulent

covered with fine soft hairs or down

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9 mm; leaflets 2 pairs, papyraceous, abaxial surface pubescent and adaxial surface puberulent, the distal 60-80 x 25-37 mm, the proximal 22-60 x 10-35 mm, ellipticoblanceolate, lanceolate-elliptic, obovate, ovate, venation brochidodromous, nervures 7-13 pairs, apex emarginate, short mucronate and obtuse, base cuneate, oblique, obtuse, subcordate, margin revolute, ciliated.
4 mm; leaflets 2 pairs, papyraceous, abaxial surface pubescent and adaxial surface puberulent, the distal 23-80 x 8-40 mm, the proximal 12-60 x 5-34 mm, elliptic-oblanceolate, lanceolate-elliptic, obovate, ovate, venation brochidodromous, nervures 7-13 pairs, apex emarginate, short mucronate and obtuse, base cuneate, oblique, obtuse, subcordate, margin revolute, ciliated.
4) Pubescence of rachis gland, 1 = glabrous or nearly so with obvious striations, 2 = densely puberulent, striations not obvious.
Herbs, perennial, puberulent with straight, spreading trichomes 0.
It is readily distinguished by a combination of perennial habit, decumbent or ascending stems, minutely puberulent pedicels all around, two stamens, broadly obovate-orbicular petals 0.
Leaves with petiole 10-13 mm long, glabrous; blade ovate, 44 mm x 42 mm, 3-5-lobate, the lobes lanceolate-ovate, membranaceous, papillose and glabrous on both sides, except puberulent to villose on the veins adaxially and puberulent on the nerves abaxially.
Leaves alternate, mostly clustered at stem apex; petiolate, petioles clasping; blades oblanceolate to spathulate, pinnately veined, margin entire, partially revolute, glabrous, rarely puberulent beneath.
Plants perennial, tufted, caespitose, with a knotty rhizomatous base, the rhizomes short and thin; culms 15-30(-55) cm tall; nodes 2-3, branching below, puberulent to scabrellous; internodes short covered by the sheaths, glabrous, puberulent to shortly hirtellous near the nodes; leaves basal, sheaths 3-4(7) cm long, longer than the internodes, the upper with a reduced blade below the synflorescence, the lowermost purple and short-hirsute, the next green and glabrous, margins shortpilose; ligules 0.
Inheritance of pubescence type in soybeans: glabrous, curly, dense, sparse, and puberulent.
4 Twigs of the current year and petioles purplish-red, rose, or pale green with rose tinge, petioles either glabrous, puberulent or shortly pubescent with white-gray hairs often only on the upper surface of mature leaves; leaves tapered to rounded at base, lower surface glabrous, puberulent, or hoary only along the midvein.
Delicate annual herbs forming orbicular mats to 14 cm wide, with the herbage frequently reddened; roots slender, fibrous; stems prostrate, several radiating evenly from the base, often slightly zigzag, 3-7 cm long, puberulent on the upper surface with short, stiff, white, straight to slightly curved hairs less than 0.
puberulent, notched and awned), and shorter achenes (0.