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Rhizome surfaces dark brown, rugose, somewhat glaucous by a whitish waxlike deposit; rhizome scales rounded at base, each abruptly long-tapering to a filiform apex, clathrate, dark reddish, not or slightly shiny, margins hyaline and lacerate, sometimes ciliate, distant or partially imbricate, covering (especially at the apex or at the phyllopodia) or not the rhizome surfaces; laminae pinnatisect, chartaceous; medial segments adnate; costae, costules, laminar tissue, and veins essentially glabrous, or bearing whitish, branched and not clathrate scales abaxially; secondary veins raised on the abaxial surfaces, wider than the tertiary ones; margins of the segments slightly cartilaginous; sori in one row between the costae and pinna margins.
Cronquist (1981) maintained that, in combination, its unique leaves, imbricate corolla lobes, and bilocular ovary with axile placentation make the Saccifoliaceae incongruous in the Gentianaceae.
lamellus by having comarginal, imbricate lamellae from the umbo to the anterior margin.
5 cm, pale stramineous, thinly coriaceous, coarsely nerved, entire, imbricate, distinctly exceeding the internodes but not completely covering the scape, sparsely covered by fimbriate inconspicuous white trichomes.
The Oberhautchen cells of the microdermatoglyphic transition zone (MTZ) were imbricate and brachylamellate, with echinate apical borders characterized by small (1-2 [micro]m long) spike-like denticles (fimbriae) that lacked pores (Figs.
Likewise, human hair is the only species with an imbricate scale pattern on its cuticle.
A laser mounted on the ceiling pointed directly at the gauge from above, the intersection seeming to articulate the core concern of Pulitzer's exhibition: the relationship between bodies and subcultures as they increasingly imbricate with technology.
The Hawksbill turtle - scientific name Eretmochelys imbricate - is a critically endangered species belonging to the Cheloniidae family of sea turtles.
2 mm wide, strongly imbricate, spreading laterally, with erosedentate margins, not ciliate, brown proximally, paleaceous distally, attenuate to hair-like apices; ultimate segments round to elliptical, the largest 1-2 mm wide, with coarse, contorted, whitish or translucent hairs adaxially and occasional hairs and narrow scales abaxially; leaf margins recurved, forming a weakly differentiated marginal false indusium to 0.
Asymmetry by Spiral or Irregular Phyllotaxis and by Imbricate Perianth Organ Aestivation.
Most springs are located along or close to the northern shore, dubbed the Mineral Water Belt, which closely tracks belts of Jurassic limestone imbricate with serpentines and other volcanic rocks, sometimes hidden under more recent deposits.
provide geological maps and discussion of the orogenic processes of the central-southern Apennines, overviewing the progressive tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the thrust belt, with focus on the geometry of the imbricate wedge and its subsurface geometry and the relationships between active faulting and historical seismicity.