eglandular


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eglandular

(iːˈɡlændjʊlə) or

eglandulose

adj
(Biology) having no glands
[e-1 + glandular]
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Petioles, rachises, and costae sparsely scaly; veins abaxially eglandular or sparsely and inconspicuously glandular; penultimate and ultimate segments often ascending; s.
Legume dark gray, slightly curved, nearly terete in cross section, not constricted between seeds, oblong, 50-100 by 10-15 mm, coriaceous, not striate, glabrous, eglandular, indehiscent; stipe <10 mm long, apex narrowing to a spine-like beak 10-20 mm long.
Leaves simple, alternate, often clustered at stem apex, unarmed; usually petiolate, the petioles, when present, often clasping; blades oblanceolate, less commonly linear, orbicular to elliptic, often thickly coriaceous, glabrous and eglandular, or tomentose to woolly beneath.
0 mm, ascending to spreading, lanceolate, dark brown to golden brown, firm to thin and subclathrate, lustrous, Hat (not twisted or tortuous), entire to sparsely denticulate, adaxially eglandular, densely pubescent, scaly, the hairs 0.
8 m long, basally 2-pinnate-pinnatisect, medially 1-pinnate-pinnatisect to 2-pinnate-pinnatifid; lamina rachises pubescent abaxially; basal pinnae 10-20 cm long, inequilateral, the segments adnate; pinna rachises abaxially eglandular, densely pubescent, sparsely scaly (sometimes apparently absent), the hairs 0.
An interesting aspect of Cloiselia is the presence of some characters that appear to be archaic within Asteraceae, as they are present in Barnadesioideae, such as zygomorphic corollas, marginal veins of the adjacent lobes separate from the corolla base, long eglandular hairs in corollas (but not barnadesioid hairs) (Ortiz, 2006a).
Pinna rachises and costules eglandular on both surfaces, adaxially with hairs usually present
Lamina rachises and pinna rachises abaxially eglandular
Indumentum of stalked glandular and/or elongate and eglandular hairs, or ferrugineous, peltate scales.
Indumentum of multicellular hairs lacking except for globose, eglandular hairs associated with serrations of Zenobia.
0 cm long, equilateral or subequilateral; pinna rachises abaxially eglandular, sparsely pubescent, scaly, the hairs 0.