multiseriate

multiseriate

(ˌmʌltɪˈsɪərɪeɪt) or

multiserial

adj
(Botany) botany arranged in rows or composed of more than one cell layer
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More complex leaf folding galls may have mechanical tissues (sclerenchyma layer surrounding gall chamber), multiseriate epidermis, and nutritive-like tissues or common storage tissues, as observed for some aphid galls (Alvarez et al., 2009, 2016; Kurzfeld-Zexer et al, 2015).
Caption: Figure 10: Fracture surfaces of a laminated birch wood composite bonded with unmodified single component polyurethane adhesive; (a) adhesive on fractured wood surface showing pull-out and microfracture of adhesive that partially covers the wood surface (arrowed left; scale bar = 100 [micro]m); (b) fractured wood surface showing a multiseriate ray (centre) and pull-out of adhesive from the lumens of individual ray cells (arrowed centre; scale bar = 20 [micro]m); (c, d) higher magnification photographs showing the pillars of adhesive that pulled out of ray cells shown in (b).
The multiseriate parenchyma mesophyll is made up of polygonal and large cells, eventually elongated attached to the outer epidermis (Figure 1C).
Peterson, "Environmental effects on the maturation of the endodermis and multiseriate exodermis of Iris germanica roots," Annals of Botany, vol.
Furthermore, most genera have multiseriate xylem rays and varying amounts of axial parenchyma.
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