semierect

semierect

(ˌsɛmɪɪˈrɛkt)
adj
partly erect
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Head with long (2.0x OD), semierect, minutely branched setae; scape with long, scattered, minutely-branched setae, about twice as long as maximum scape diameter, pedicel with minutely-branched setae as long as its maximum diameter.
In the photograph, a man's truncated torso is presented in an inexpensive three-piece suit, while his exposed, semierect penis protrudes from the open fly at the center of the composition.
The doses 0 (control), 60, 120, 180, and 240 kg [P.sub.2][O.sub.5] [ha.sup.-1] were assessed by using triple superphosphate combined with three cowpea varieties (BRS Guariba, BRS Tumucumaque, and BRS Cauame), which have an average cycle of 65 to 70 days, semierect size, average productivity higher than 1000 kg [ha.sup.-1], and good commercial acceptance.
Treatments consisted of four common bean cultivars widely used by farmers (BRS Perola [carioca grain]--type II/III--indeterminate growth and semierect; BRS Pitanga [purple grain] type II--indeterminate growth and erect; BRS Esteio [black grain] type II--indeterminate growth and erect; BRSMG Realce [striped grain] type I--determinate growth and erect), intercropped with two short hybrid cultivars of castor bean (Tamar and Ag Ima 110204), plus additional treatments composed of the genetic materials of common bean and castor bean in monocropping.
These were classified with semierect stems and few pods and high plant canopy compared with other clusters.
Body slightly elongate, convex dorsally; rufous; glabrous; with erect and semierect quite elongate scales.
2A-B, 3, 5, 7A, C, 9A): body oval; dorsal surface shiny, mixed with dense, long, black, semierect and erect setae.
All legs with yellowish hairs that are semierect on femora and appressed on tibiae and tarsi.
1998), and yield is improved with an erect or semierect tree shape, large fruits and low fruit removal force.