uniseriate


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u·ni·se·ri·ate

 (yo͞o′nĭ-sîr′ē-āt′, -ĭt)
adj.
Arranged in one row, as the seeds of a pea.

uniseriate

(ˌjuːnɪˈsɪərɪˌeɪt)
adj
(Botany) (of parts, cells, etc) arranged in a single row, layer, or series
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Each hair is multicellular and uniseriate with a globular, knoblike terminal cell and is Neutral-red positive with copious secretions during the 1st and 2nd day of flower opening (Fig.
caymensis the calyces are covered in long, sticky, capitate-glandular trichomes, as well as short, hooked, uniseriate trichomes (Fig.
Key results: All species contain multicellular uniseriate trichomes which may be glandular or non-glandular.
Microscopic examination with lactophenol cotton blue mount from the colony showed smooth conidiophores with uniseriate phialides on the upper part of vesicle, hence confirming the actual fungal etiology [Figure 3].
Microscopic observation after staining with Lacto-phenol cotton blue it was found that conidial head was erect, compact and columnar, vesicle flask shaped, uniseriate, conidia were globose, echinulate and sclerotia or clestothecia were absent.
Leaves divided to the base into 1-4 filaments (= uniseriate segments), margins entire.
The non-glandular trichomes were small single-celled, while the glandular trichomes were uniseriate and pluricellular.