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Antonyms for adnate

of unlike parts or organs

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Gills of young specimens are Gills of young specimens are yellowish-pink, over time they whitish, over time they darken darken to rusty brown, with darker to flesh-brown, sometimes with spots; adnate or decurrent on to darker spots; slightly stipe.
Soredia formed in marginal crescent-shaped slits between the upper and lower cortex; lobes adnate to loosely adnate Xanthomendoza fallax 2.
Hymenium: Gills, adnate to short decurrent (especially in older specimens), well separated, narrow; white initially, turning light brown, often spotted darker with age.
This specimen resembles Megalastrum ciliatum by the pubescence between the veins abaxially; however, it differs by laminae less deeply divided, basal pinnae not strongly equilateral, and pinnules obtuse more widely adnate to the pinna rachis.
The flower is zygomorphic and apetalous, with a single whorl of nine stamens, a partly inferior syncarpous ovary that is unilaterally adnate to the perianth and seven-loculed with the septa fused at the base of the ovary.
40 mm long, slightly complanate, white, the antepetalous ones adnate to the petals for 18-20 mm, the antesepalous ones adnate to the petals for 10-11 mm; anthers linear, 9-11 mm long, dorsifixed ca.
Thallus rosette-like, [+ or -] distinct; rhizines usually abundant, visible from above or not; soredia formed in marginal crescent-shaped slits between the upper and lower cortex; lobes adnate to loosely adnate, 0.
Within Eupolypods I, the genus can almost always be distinguished by a character of its venation: in the proximal portions of the pinna, the veinlet that supplies the basal basiscopic lobe or segment of a pinnule springs from the costule; however, distally along the pinna rachis, the segments or lobes become successively more adnate and decurrent on the pinna rachis, and the veinlet supplying the lobe or segment springs from the pinna rachis, not the costule (Christensen 1920, Holttum 1986, Smith and Moran 1987).
Stamens included; filaments complanate, lilac toward the apex, the antepetalous ones adnate to the petals for 6-8 mm, the antesepalous ones free; anther base obtuse-sagittate, apex apiculate, apiculus nigrescent, dorsifixed above the base at 1/3 of its length; pollen globose, diporate, exine psillate; stigma conduplicate-spiral, ellipsoid-capitate, lilac-purple, margins crenulate-lacerate; ovary obconic, trigonous, 8-9 mm long, 6-7 mm in diameter at the apex, white, glabrous, bearing inconspicuous longitudinal sulcus; placentation apical; ovules shortly caudate; epigynous tube inconspicuous, ca.
It is useful to note whether the wing has a single pattern of venation spreading in one plane, or if there are two overlapping sets of veins indicative of coalescent or adnate laminae.
All of the segments or lobes are adnate for their entire width to the pinna rachises, and their apices are obtuse to truncate.
5 mm, free, erect at anthesis or nearly so, green except for the paler green apical margins, bearing 2 densely and prevailing downwardly-oriented, fimbriate-lacerate appendages 3-4 mm above the base, as well as 2 conspicuous longitudinal callosities nearly equaling the anthers; filaments terete, greenish-white, the antepetalous ones 7-8 mm long, adnate to the petals for 4-5 mm, the antesepalous ones ca.
Stamens (2-)5-10(-16), free from the corolla or adnate, sometimes connate, included or exserted, the filaments straight to variously curved, unicellular-pubescent or glabrous; anthers tetrasporangiate or bisporangiate, inverting (late, or more commonly early) in development, with 2 or 4 apparently terminal or dorsal appendages (awns, spurs) or these sometimes on the filaments, opening by pores or short to long slits, sometimes through narrowed tubules, an endothecium usually lacking.
Pinnae are asymmetrical, spathulate or obovate deltate, cuneate and adnate to the winged rachis.
3 mm above the base, as well as 2 conspicuous longitudinal callosities exceeding the the anthers; filaments terete, white, the antepetalous ones 9-10 mm long, adnate to the petals for ca.