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1.5 mm diam.; petiole 5-31 mm long, smaller than the rachis; 2 extrafloral nectaries, brown, stipitate, digitiform, 1-2 mm long, located on the rachis, between the pairs of proximal leaflets; rachis 8-25 mm long; interfoliolar segments 3-12 mm long; leaflets discolorous, 3 pairs, chartaceous, adaxial surface villose, abaxial surface canescent, 10-60 X 5-30 mm, widely obovate, apex rounded, mucronate, base cuneate, venation penninervous.
The inflorescence is a compact and erect panicle, the flowers are small and greenish white, and the fruit is a villose, reddish, 1-seeded drupe (Davis, 1967).
5a Capitulescence monocephalous; corollas ligulate and/or bilabiate; cypselae glabrous to scarcely glandular Glossarion 5b Capitulescence corymbose; corollas bilabiate; cypselae villose Salcedoa 4b Leaves frequently glabrous, less commonly slightly pubescent beneath; corollas bilabiate.
Of 1,463 women who had a colonoscopy completed to the cecum, 4.9% had advanced neoplasia, including adenomas larger than 10 mm, adenomas with high-grade dysplasia, villose adenomas, or CRC.
Histologically, the lesion features villose hyperplasia, multiple epithelial layers of the synovial lining, and increased vascularity.
Description.--Fruiting bodies: Sessile to effused-reflexed overlapping brackets, gray to grayish-brown to light brown, 1-5 cm across; upper surface villose to tomentose with stiff hairs, zonate, hairless between the zones; some green areas due to a coating of algae.