suberect

suberect

(ˌsʌbɪˈrɛkt)
adj
not quite erect
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9 mm; surface color uniform, individually varying from light to dark brown; dorsal surface covered with yellowish light brown, short, suberect bristles.
Onagraceae) Herb small, pink flowers Lycopersicon Tamatur, Tomatto Suberect herb esculentum Miller bearing the (Solanaceae) tomatoes Melia azedarach L.
Apex of oviscape rounded, with suberect setae on lateroapical sides (Fig.
2A); collar only slightly bulged; scutellum flattened, without outgrowths or rows of punctures laterally; pronotum and scutellum impunctate; posterior part of metepimeron roundish; metasternum without medial outgrowth; corium flat, without swellings; hemelytra without row of punctures on clavus and R + M vein, clothed with distinct suberect setae; R + M vein almost reaching apex of corium; inner margin of clavus slightly concave claval commissure longer than; inner margin of corium behind clavus straight; forecoxae removed from each other; foretibia distinctly shorter than head and pronotum combined; femora slightly widened apically, not curved; tarsal segment I 1.
5-10 cm, inconspicuously lepidote, green toward the apex, strongly coriaceous; blades narrowly subtriangular-lanceolate, not narrowed at the base, 15-24 x 5-6 cm, green, inconspicously and sparsely white-lepidote mainly adaxially to glabrous, nerved, suberect with recurved apex, apex acuminate.
Scape short (SI: 6266), longitudinally striated, with suberect hairs, without pubescence.
Rhizomes are suberect to procumbent or scandent, sometimes short-creeping, rigid, densely scaly.
Head dorsum in profile entirely lacks setae behind the level of the posterior margin of the eye; dorsum of head with numerous very short spaced erect and suberect setae (less than 0.
5-8 cm distant; spikes single at nodes, erect or suberect, lowermost ones on smooth or scaberulent peduncles ca.
The very subtle differences between genera are based on spathe characters, the position of the flower (erect, suberect or declinate), the--sometimes not very obvious (a)symmetry of the corolla, the insertion of the anther filaments either at the corolla tube base (Habranthus) or above the tube (Zephyranthes), the number of different anther filament lengths (two or four, with the anthers either linear or arched), the either declinate or recurved style, and the number of seeds per locule in the capsule.
This lichen resembles Parmotrema hypotropum in having marginal soralia and a suberect growth form, but the lower cortex of C.