scabrid

scabrid

(ˈskæbrɪd)
adj
(Biology) having a rough or scaly surface
[C19: see scabrous]
scabridity n
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Glumes are sometimes strongly scabrid or hairy (Haines & Lye, 1983; Goetghebeur, 1998).
Scabrid trichomes are restricted to stem and adaxial leaf surface.
7 mm long; floral scales dorsally with two red transversal stripes (scale neck, callus); leaves abaxially whitish from scabrid trichomes ca 0,5-0,75 mm long.
three times the length of the spikelets, spreading to ascendent, hirtellous-hirsute proximally, smooth to scabrid distally.
5 mm wide, ascending, flat to broadly U-shaped, glabrous proximally, often papillate-scabrescent distally (scattered above and on midrib below), the margins antrorsely scabrous, terminating in a 3-angled, scabrid attenuated tip; inner band of leaf sheaths hyaline or pale brown, glabrous, the apex slightly concave; ligules 1.
This hypothesis suggests that the ancestor was a woody plant with alternate leaves, large and discoid capitula, actinomorphic deeply five-lobed corollas, caudate and calcarate anthers with sterile apical appendages, shortly bilobed styles glabrous or papillose with continuous stigmatic areas, and a pappus of scabrid bristles.
10-20 cm) lignescent and perennating, 4-20 mm thick, densely covered with setae 3-5 mm long, white, yellow or brown, and scabrid (0.
Cypselae densely long-villose; pappus of scabrid to barbellate bristles, the innermost flat, longer, and wider than the others and barbellate at the apex.
Cypselae rostrate at the apex, pubescent; pappus of scabrid, capillary bristles.
Cypselae rostrate to slightly constricted at the apex, pubescent; pappus of scabrid, capillary bristles.
Cypselae villose; pappus usually of scabrid bristles.
pappus of many fine simple smooth or scabrid bristles without