chlorophyllous


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Synonyms for chlorophyllous

relating to or being or containing chlorophyll

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The area occupied by the chlorophyllous tissues was measured using the software Image Pro-Plus (version 4.1 for Windows[R], Media Cybernetics).
The larva consumes the chlorophyllous tissue entirely (from the upper cuticle to the lower).
The microscopic view of the internode (Figure 1C) reflects that all vascular bundles are embedded in the parenchyma with the larger ones (V) being arranged in a circle or ellipse, while the smaller peripheral (P) are located close to chlorophyllous bands.
Starch grains are present in the parenchymatic cells near to the vascular bundles, between chlorophyllous parenchyma and spongy parenchyma.
In this paper, an optimized protocol for in vitro culture of immature inflorescence explants of hybrid bermudagrass Tifton 85 is reported followed by regeneration and establishment of chlorophyllous, true-to-type Tifton 85 plants in the greenhouse.
Weakly chlorophyllous but usually incapable of meeting their own nutritional needs
Emergence date was defined as the first day after clipping that chlorophyllous tissue was visible.
The gemmae are pluricellular, dumbbell-shaped, densely chlorophyllous structures.
The mesophyll (Figure 2(a)) consists of parenchyma tending to palisade and spongy parenchyma presenting cells with large vacuoles; the spongy mesophyll fills the remaining part, presenting rounded chlorophyllous cells and large intercellular spaces ranging from ten to eleven layers of cells presenting a large number of pits (Figure 2(b)).