villose


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vil·lose

 (vĭl′ōs′)
adj.
Villous.
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carthagenensis from which it differs by the absence of intrapetiolular glands, the bracts with acuminate apex, the calyx tube pilose or villose and ribs with dense pale indument, the intercostal areas with three to five large glands, the dorsal calyx teeth longer than the tube, the banner more than five mm long, the wings inserted up 1.32 mm above the hypanthial rim, and ten single substitutions in the Internal Transcript Spacer (ITS).
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.