uniserial


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uniserial

(ˌjuːnɪˈsɪərɪəl)
adj
in or relating to a single series
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Trichomes solitary with thin, simple, colorless but firm sheaths, straight or slightly curved, not attenuated at the ends, narrow, up to 2 [micro]m wide, uniserial, cells longer than wide, not constricted at cross walls, without aerotopes, end cells rounded.
Scutum dark grey with slightly brownish dusting, 2 stripes faintly visible, pleura grey dusted, dorsocentrals uniserial.
4) in HL; teeth of jaws uniserial posteriorly, becoming biserial at front of jaws with addition of slender buttress teeth in spaces between main row of larger teeth; teeth incisiform to conical in shape, about 36-38 in each jaw of holotype (excluding buttress teeth).
Thorax: Acrostichal and dorsocentral setae uniserial anteriorly, acrostichals biserial on prescutellar depression; numerous postpronotal setae; notopleural setae slender; pair of stout lower supra-alar setae above wing base.
subtriangularis, the germ-filament was uniserial or biseriate (Fig.
A broken bone point dating to 34-20 kya is considered to be an awl based on use-traces found on the tip, and a uniserial harpoon fragment (likely antler, but heavily coated with a calcium carbonate rind) was found at around the same depth as the initial proliferation of backed artefacts, likely dating to c.
Uniserial N3, Leve138, A probable antler harpoon fragment harpoon Stratum D, covered with a calcium carbonate rind.
Secundibrachials slightly cuneate uniserial, same approximate dimensions and same distal expansion as on primibrachials, aborally rounded.
Transverse sections of Thomomys, Cratogeomys, and Geomys incisors reveal varying thickness of the inner uniserial versus the outer radial enamel layers between genera, which may reflect differing fossorial lifestyles.
Suborbital rows: two longitudinal uniserial rows of papillae visible on cheek: row a (4) reduced to below posterior part of eye, from mideye to pore [alpha]; row c (3) starting anteriorly between upper lip and eye, and backwards to nearly reaching the beginnings of row a.
Mesonotum with 1 long notopleural, 1 similar postalar and 4 scutellars (lateral pair nearly as long as notopleural seta, apical pair longer, subparallel); acrostichals lacking; dorsocentrals uniserial, mostly minute, prescutellar pair nearly as long as lateral scutellars; mesosternum and metasternum bare between posterior four coxae.
8) in HL; teeth uniserial, consisting of about 32 (28-32) teeth in each jaw; tongue broadly rounded, papillose on dorsal surface; gill rakers moderately elongate, longest on lower limb near angle about one-half longest gill filaments; nostril round with slightly raised rim, about midway between anterior edge of eye and upper lip.