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Adv.1.abaxially - in an abaxial manner
adaxially - in an adaxial manner
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3 mm long, l-3(-4)-celled, clavate, usually reddish brown, the apical cell sometimes swollen, apparently glandular and often darker than the others; veins free, ending at or very near the margins, abaxially glandular, the glands ca.
In Acorus (Acoraceae, Acorales), the putative sister to all other monocots, the perianth is more developed abaxially than adaxially (Buzgo & Endress, 2000).
5-3 cm, suberect, glabrous abaxially, inconspicuously and sparsely white lepidote adaxially, covered by an oleaginous substance, completely green or red at the base and green toward the apex; branches 10 to 12 in number (including the terminal one), 1.
Current maintenance and remedial practices are specifically focused on improving heartwood durability, and many of the utilities now employ holes drilled abaxially into the poles around the critical ground-line zone (Greaves and McCarthy 1986, 1993).
Radial facets peneplenary, broadly horseshoe shaped, slightly declivate, deep, project abaxially, occupy approximately 65% of distal radial plate width (Fig.
5 m long, basally 3-pinnate-pinnatisect, medially 2-pinnate-pinnatisect; lamina rachises pubescent abaxially; basal pinnae up to 30 cm long, inequilateral; pinna rachises abaxially sparsely glandular, pubescent, scaly, the glands ca.
Above the articulation, the epidermis is uniform adaxially and abaxially and is composed of large, transversally striate rectangular cells, lacking stomata and papillae (Figs.
Leaves 12 to 14 in number, suberect-recurved, forming a broadly crateriform rosette; sheaths broadly elliptic, 19-25 x 17-20 cm, subdensely pale-brown lepidote on both sides, greenish or sometimes reddish near the apex; blades linear, not narrowed toward the base, 30-44 x 11-14 cm, glabrescent abaxially, inconspicuously and sparsely white lepidote adaxially, rose-red throughout, more so adaxially or green toward the base and reddish near the apex, bearing dark green, sparsely arranged irregular spots, apex broadly acute to rounded and apiculate, apiculous ca.
This specimen resembles Megalastrum subtile by filiform to linear scales on the pinna rachises abaxially, but it differs by somewhat larger leaves and costules glabrous abaxially.