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These tubes were separated by connective tissue and had little amount of lipid vesicles in relationship to the fasciculate and reticular zone.
henriquesii, when considering leaf morphology (pinatilobate, with round lobes and abaxial leaf surface glaucous and with a dense indumentum, dominated or punctuated by fasciculate trichomes).
The mid-Artinskian event is less reflected in the Ambition Formation in northwestern Stikina, British Columbia, where more abundant fasciculate (morphoecotype III) and solitary corals (morphoecotype II) were found together with Neostreptognathodus pequopensis (Gunning et al.
There are simple (52 [micro]m) and fasciculate stipitate trichomes (4-6 arms, 231-423 [micro]m) on the abaxial surface (Figs.
Clades B and C are both characterized by hypogynous bristles but differ in their inflorescence types with B having congested, fasciculate inflorescences and C having capitate inflorescences.
Other plants found at the site included Agalinis fasciculate (Ell.
Roots fasciculate, fleshy, cylindrical-fusiform, lanuginose, brownish-white, 25-60 mm long, 4-8 mm in diameter.
5 cm long, 5-7 mm wide, scarious, brown, margins thin, laxly serrate, lepidote, conspicuously many-nerved, branches 13-18 per inflorescence, erect, forming an acute angle with the rachis, polystichous, (2-)5-13 cm long, straight, cylindrical in cross section, 3-4 mm in diameter, slightly lepidote; flowers 6-12 on primary branches, pedicellate, polystichous, sometimes at the base of primary branches, a secondary branch with flowers organized in small, fasciculate clusters, with 2-8 flowers, when panicles are 1-divided, then the flowers are 10-20, laxly arranged, flowers 7-8 mm long; floral bract variable in size, 4.
Pax and Hoffman (1912) morphologically differentiated this group as shrubs having an indumentum with stellate or fasciculate trichomes, glandulous receptacles, and lacinulate-lacerate styles.
The balsa flowers are typical for the family Bombacaceae, solitary, sessile in fasciculate inflorescences, hermaphroditic, 4-11 cm long, erect, with five whitish petals and five fleshy sepals (Withmore 1983).