caymensis the calyces are covered in long, sticky, capitate-glandular trichomes
, as well as short, hooked, uniseriate trichomes
The hypocotyledonary epidermis (Figure 2B and C) is uniseriate and exhibits stomata and unicellular non-glandular trichomes
, while the cortex (Figure 2B and C) consists of collenchyma, parenchyma and starchy endodermis.
Key results: All species contain multicellular uniseriate trichomes
which may be glandular or non-glandular.
Neonates and young larvae may feed on soybean trichomes
and flowers if these tissue types are present (Mueller & Engroff 1980).
It is known that this species has trichomes
that secrete toxic bimolecular that act on herbivorous insects [53, 64, 36, 14, 62, 37, 23].
The symptoms caused by this mite are known as erinosis, which are abnormally developed trichomes
of singular and variable color according to variety (MANSON; Oldfield, 1996).
biguttula biguttula was significantly and negatively correlated with the density of trichomes
Simple uniseriate non-glandular trichomes
are mainly present in the midrib and secondary veins, and scarcely in the lamina of both leaf sides, going from one or two to five, or absent, in a 1[cm.
Urtica dioica, often called common nettle, has hollow stinging hairs called trichomes
on the leaves and stems, which act aSk
They have scales called trichomes
on their leaves that harvest water and nutrients.
The following types of secretory structures have already been recorded in the family: trichomes
, idioblasts, laticifers, coletters, nectaries, secretory cells with resinous contents, tannin cells, and mucilage lacunae (Solereder 1908; Metcalfe and Chalk 1950; Thomas 1991).
A variety of characters like epidermal cells, subsidiary cells, guard cells, trichomes
, macro-hairs, micro-hairs and stomata were used as a tool for the taxonomic grouping of different species.