multiseriate

multiseriate

(ˌmʌltɪˈsɪərɪeɪt) or

multiserial

adj
(Botany) botany arranged in rows or composed of more than one cell layer
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Multiseriate rays have an upright cell at upper and lower tip, and upright sheathing cells, but otherwise are composed of procumbent cells.
The multiseriate parenchyma mesophyll is made up of polygonal and large cells, eventually elongated attached to the outer epidermis (Figure 1C).
Rays are described in some genera to be exclusively uniseriate and homogeneous, in other heterogeneous multiseriate (3-4).
Furthermore, most genera have multiseriate xylem rays and varying amounts of axial parenchyma.
The exoderme of Oxycaryum cubense is multiseriate and the first layer possesses thickening in 'O' and the other three layers are, progressively, less thickened (Figure 5B), while the exodermis of Eichhornia azurea is slightly thickened (Figure 4C).
Westiellopsis iyengarii, a Filaments with true branching; made of prostrate and erect systems, prostrate system multiseriate, erect system uniseriate; branches short, arising on both the sides: individual sheath around filaments absent; heterocysts intercalary, quadrate or cylindrical, was investigated for its protein and pigment contents at a rangeof different light intensities (low, medium and high) and qualities (Blue, Green and Red).
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