strobilate

strobilate

(ˈstrəʊbɪˌleɪt)
vb
(Zoology) (intr) to undergo strobilation
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5-1 mm wide at base, the basal ones 1-2 mm apart, retrorse-uncinate to spreading; fascicles 10 to 16 in number, polystichously disposed, suberect, sessile, subglobose-capitate to subcylindric in late anthesis, strobilate, densely rosulate, 2.
1 mm wide at base, the basal ones 3-10 mm apart, antrorse (upper ones) to retrorse (basal ones) uncinate; fascicles 7 to 11 in number, polystichously arranged, suberect, sessile, globose-capitate, strobilate, densely rosulate, 12-15 mm long (excluding the petals), 14-17 mm in diameter, 7 to 12-flowered; floral bracts broadly triangular-ovate, acuminate, slightly carinate toward the apex, equaling to slightly shorter than the sepals, but recurved and distinctly exposing them, green, nerved, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote but soon glabrous, 10-13 x 8-10 mm, subdensely spinulose, spines irregularly curved, 0.
3-3 cm, margins inconspicuously and irregularly spinulose toward the apex to subentire; Inflorescence a simple spike, very densely strobilate, narrowly ovate to cylindrical, erect, 8-15 x 3.
The polyps generally strobilate in early spring, and the medusae quickly mature, spawn, and die by midsum mer or early fall.
Inflorescence simple, erect, slightly exceeding the leaf sheaths, densely strobilate, globose-capitate, ca.
Aurelia has a typical bipartite scyphozoan life history in which benthic scyphopolyps asexually strobilate ephyrae that grow into sexual medusae, the females of which brood larvae that settle into the shallow coastal benthos within a few days of being released.
Quesnelia, with three species characterized by simple, densely strobilate inflorescences, and pollen with psilate exine; and subgen.
Each solitary individual (oozooid) produces, by budding, a stolon which strobilates into chains, between 25 and 75 aggregated individuals (blastozooids), depending on the oozooid size (Heron & Benham, 1985), for Thalia democratica.