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especially of plant parts

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Fruit dehiscent siliques, often short linear to linear-oblong, terete, unsegmented; valves thickened, leathery, with a prominent midvein and obscure to distinct lateral veins, glabrous or pubescent, smooth or rarely torulose; replum rounded; septum complete, veinless; style obsolete or distinct and to 2.5 mm long; stigma capitate, entire, narrower or very rarely wider than the style.
Fruits terete, 5-7(-8) mm long, style 1-1.7 mm long; sepals pubescent with branched hairs S.
Inflorescence terminal, umbellate, (2.6-)4-14.5 cm long, 1.5-6 cm wide, with 3-6 primary involucral bracts, the lowermost 1-2 leaf-like and more or less equaling to slightly exceeding the inflorescence, the uppermost setaceous, lowest involucral bract 3-20 cm long, 0.7-1.5 times as long as the inflorescence; primary rays 4-10 ascending to curving, flexuous, compressed-trigonous to more or less terete, smooth or slightly antrorsely scabrous distally, the longest 3-9 cm, second, and rarely third order branching present, with the spikelets ultimately solitary and long peduncled or in fascicles of 2-4 with typically two more or less sessile and the remainder peduncled; peduncles up to 24 mm long.
3 mm, entire, glabrous, green; petals spatulate, apex broadly acute, 23-24 x 7-8 mm, very narrow toward base, connate at base for 2-2.5 mm in a common tube with the filaments and style, suberect to subspreading at anthesis, distinctly exceeding the stamens, white, without any distinct callosities; filaments white, terete, the antesepalous ones 14-16 mm long, the antepetalous ones 13-14 mm long, both adnate for 2-2.5 mm in a common tube with petals and style; anthers 2-3 mm long, fixed at 1/3 of its length above the base, base distinctly setaceous-sagittate, apex obtuse; pollen narrowly ellipsoid, sulcate, exine perforate to insulate, muri thicked; stigma conduplicate, white, stylar lobes terete, suberect, ca.
Peciolos teretes o con dos expansiones laterales aliformes.
Culms 0.7-3(-5) mm wide, terete to compressed (to 3 times wider than thick); proximal floral scale clasping 2/3 to more than 3/4 of the culm; achenes smooth or finely rugulose; stylopodium conic to deltoid, constricted at the base, not sessile on a thin disc 5 5.
carmensarae differs from the Argentinian-Paraguayan populations by being fruticose with stems straighter and more terete apically, a paler red vein and contrasting spot surface coloration on adaxial leaves, and glandular hairs slightly longer.
In the past decade Bill's horticultural interests have diverted more into begonias, clivias and breeding terete Aeridovanda orchids for cool conditions, indicative of his life-long passion for specialising in various exotic plants.
Corona filamentosa en 2 series, raramente 3, serie mas externa de hasta 18 mm de largo, blanca a crema, terete, serie interna de filamentos casi aplanados con apice irregular con protuberancias, verde, 4-7 mm de largo, filamentos libres o a veces fusionados en la base o hasta la mitad, a veces suele aparecer una tercera serie derivada de estos filamentos verdosos.
A terete bundle (seen as longitudinal ribs in sagittal and coronal sections), formed of densely packed fibers, occurs at the peripheral edge of each locule and of each lacuna, with the more prominent ribs of the surface of the endocarp aligned with the lacunae rather than with the locules.
TERETE A Marine woodworm B Smooth and cylindrical C Form of divination who am I?
Stipe 31-33 x 8-13 (apex) 8-9 (base) mm, central, terete, at first equal in young species, becoming tapered at the base, surface striated, fleshy, brownish grey (5C2), with white (1A1) rhizomorphs (Fig.
Isotriodon has dentate or entire leaves, terete stems, gibbous and bilabiate calyces.