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co·noid (kō′noid′) also co·noi·dal (kō-noid′l)
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Although we have focused on the localised sech(x) solution of the NLSE, all other solitary wave solutions (conoidal
waves) can be obtained using the present method, just by choosing the appropriate initial conditions.
These include long-stalked capitate trichomes, short-stalked capitate trichome, and digitiform and conoidal
trichomes  and this supports the current study whereby P.
Forty percent of the collections were observed having concave-convex type of internode shape while 29% was cylindrical and 14% conoidal
. Other classes had fairly equal proportion.