biseriate


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bi·se·ri·ate

 (bī-sēr′ē-ĭt, -āt′)
adj.
Arranged in two rows.

biseriate

(ˌbaɪˈsɪərɪɪt)
adj
(Botany) (of plant parts, such as petals) arranged in two whorls, cycles, rows, or series
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2 showed upright, rough walled conidiophores, bearing radiate conidial heads with spherical vesicles, covered with biseriate phialides carrying chains of spherical conidia with smooth to finely roughened walls that are identical to that of A.
0 m in diameter, and have both uniseriate and biseriate
Subgenital plate far exceeding pygofer side, A-group setae absent, B-group setae rigid, C-group setae in single row, sometimes biseriate at basal fourth and near middle, reaching apex of plate, D-group setae numerous, elongate (Figs.
Paraphyllia biseriate or laminar; leaf margin not or slightly incurved .
6); widest part at sutural area; costal area uniseriate, with sub-rectangular areolae anteriorly, half the size of the posterior ones, these rectangular; subcostal area with three rows of areolae in the widest part, which is located at the higher region of the hemelytral cyst; discoidal area anteriorly biseriate, with five rows of areolae at widest part, located at the same position as the widest part of the subcostal area; radius-median vein sinuous; sutural area with small areolae anteriorly, similar in size as those of the distal part of the discoidal area; larger and pentagonal areolae posteriorly, same size as the larger ones of costal area; outer row with large, square areolae, inner edge slightly rounded.
Plant mass formed by entangled filaments, caespitose, sometimes isolate filaments or in small groups in the mucilage of other cyanobacteria; main filament and branches similar; filaments usually uniseriate, occasionally biseriate, 10.
Postocular setae biseriate, primary row stronger than secondary row, primary row disclinate (out-curved), secondary row inclinate (in-curved).
Gynoecium with superior ovary, densely pilose, trilocular; biseriate Seminal rudiments up to 12 per cavity; axile placentation, thin placentae; style simple, large and filiform; stigma simple, usually terminal, subcapitate.
a biseriate black Aspergillus species with world-wide distribution.