abaxial

IPA: ʌbˈæksiʌɫ

adjective

  • (botany, zoology) Of a side that is facing away from the axis or central line, such as the underside of a leaf; or the back of an animal.
  • (botany) Not in the axis. Applied to an embryo placed out of the axis of the seed.

Examples of "abaxial" in Sentences

  • Sori are evident on the abaxial surface.
  • (I) The lgo-1 abaxial leaf epidermis lacks giant cells.
  • The abaxial lobe is often larger and different in color.
  • The corolla lobes show glandular hairs at the abaxial surface.
  • Leaf blade abaxially with tufted hairs in the axil of the veins.
  • The xylem typically lies adaxial with phloem positioned abaxial.
  • The abaxial faces of the laminae are glabrous or moderately hairy.
  • Leaves that are tomentose abaxially, with densely interwoven hairs.
  • Flowers are erect in perianth white or sometimes pinkish abaxially.
  • The largest group of cells in the outer (abaxial) sepal epidermis of
  • Cone scale base narrow, with the seeds partly visible in abaxial view.
  • Plants with five stamens with the abaxial stamen often spurred at the base.
  • Typically, the stomata are more numerous over the abaxial (lower) epidermis than the (adaxial) upper epidermis.
  • The number of cells in the lgo-1 abaxial epidermis is increased as expected because multiple small cells replace giant cells.
  • (H) The wild type abaxial leaf epidermis also contains a range of cell sizes from giant cells (false colored red) to small cells.
  • Conversely, pATML1:: KRP1 sepals have fewer cells in the abaxial epidermis because the additional cells entering the giant cell pathway have no progeny.
  • We use live imaging to determine the timing and position of each cell division in the outer (abaxial) sepal epidermis and track the lineages of these cells throughout early sepal development.
  • The coronary band Pulvinus coronae lies in the coronary groove immediately distal to the periople corium, proximal to the parietal surface of the distal phalanx, and abaxial of the ungular cartilages of the foot.
  • Most leaves show dorsoventral anatomy: the upper (adaxial) and lower (abaxial) surfaces have somewhat different construction and may serve different functions. transparent (epidermal cells lack chloroplasts) and coated on the outer side with a waxy cuticle that prevents water loss.
  • Petiole 2-6 mm, puberulent and ± setose; leaf blade papery, oblong to oblong - lanceolate, 5-11 × 1. 5-3.5 cm; base cuneate; margin ciliate; apex obtuse and mucronate; abaxial surface densely gray-white-pubescent, yellow-brown setose along midrib; adaxial surface sparsely to densely puberulent when young.

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