Biglandular

Bi`glan´du`lar


a.1.Having two glands, as a plant.
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Sepals abaxially densely tomentose and adaxially glabrous, incurved in anthesis, the 4 lateral sepals abaxially biglandular, the anterior sepal eglandular.
5 mm long and biglandular at base, and the inflorescences are shorter, up to 10 cm long in flower, and borne singly in the axils of current vegetative leaves.
1 mm wide, elliptical or broadly triangular, rounded at apex, appressed in anthesis, abaxially thinly sericeous, adaxially glabrous, the anterior eglandular, the lateral 4 biglandular with the glands green, swollen, rotund or elliptical, 1.
Inflorescencia femenina en panicula, a veces en racimo, 4--8 cm de longitud, pedunculo 1--3 cm de longitud, 2--6 por nudo; bractea biglandular, glandula discoidal, concava, 0.
5 - 9 cm de longitud, ramificada en la base; bractea biglandular, glandula discoidal, 1 mm de diametro; flores 1--3 por nudo, pedicelo 4--6 mm de longitud, sepalos 1 x 1.