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having a fringe of slender processes

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2010), which differs from our species by the absence of eyes and a fimbriate anal plate, as well as chaetotaxy.
Both neck lobes are well developed, the free margin microscopically fimbriate and bearing a series of micropapillate tentacles often of two or three size ranks.
Two morphologically distinct species groups, i.e., species with fimbriate or efimbriate petals, form moderately supported clades (von Hagen & Kadereit, 2001).
Inflorescence pendulous, 40-70 x 10-15 cm with 12 to 30 branches; primary bracts like the upper scape bracts but without the long blade, mostly apiculate, mostly shorter than the peduncles, grey-green to pink; branches spreading at ca 30[degrees] from the axis with an ebracteate 3-7 cm x 2-4 mm flattened peduncle that exceeds nearly all of the primary bracts; the fertile portion 4-8 x 1-2 cm, 4 to 10 flowered; floral bracts elliptic, acute, 20-26 x 8-10 mm nerved, variably carinate, tightly imbricate in life, spreading when dried, glabrous except for a few pale fimbriate trichomes at the very apex, bright magenta pink, somewhat glaucose.
There are two definitions for fimbriate in the Oxford English Dictionary: having a fringe or border of hair-like or finger-like projections; having a narrow border.
The same mechanisms has been effectively used in case of living microbes, that they convert them in spore formations during stress situation and expands their fimbriate,= piliate and BNT surface protein, when they are in suitable environment and are being activated to infect host by the process of colonization and flocculation in case biodegradation of wastes, Brahma (2000)[9].
Hind tibiae with strong transverse carinae on outer face, apically fimbriate with spinules very elongate and irregularly unequal.
Bulb subglobose, 20-30 x 20-30 mm, prolonged in a short collar up to 2 cm, sheathing the proximal part of the under*grown stem; cataphylls brown to stramineous, broadly ovate, apex cute, often fimbriate. Basal leaves at anthesis 1-2, blades plicate, linear-ensiform, 32-58 x 0.2-0.6 cm.
Snout expanded laterally, but not strongly so; free margin of cephalic lappets relatively coarsely divided (2-3 digits); right post-ocular peduncle well developed, arising beside base of eyestalk, somewhat flattened and with a distinct dorsal groove; right subocular tentacle not evident; left neck lobe with numerous tentacles of varying size, right lobe with finely fimbriate margin and approx.
Foliage leaves 3-5(-7) per complement, when young 5-7 per complement; sheaths glabrous, rounded on the back; oral setae absent; fimbriate at shoulders sheath summit, the fimbriae 1-2 mm long, ca.
1G) free, with 3 pairs of setae and anterior border fimbriate. Epipharynx glabrous medially, with 5 anterior setae on each side.
The genus has deeply tripartite styles with fimbriate stigmas.
(9) An interesting amplification of the weight loss effects of fucose complexes may occur with the use of non-stimulant, appetite suppressant supplements, such as Hoodia gordonii or Caralluma fimbriate. (23), (24) Of course, a combat against an overweight status, metabolic Syndrome X, and prediabetes are pivotal in the prevention of type 2 diabetes.