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|French to English translations [PRO]|
Science - Botany / botanical description, homeopathy
|French term or phrase: parois canaliculées|
|"Examinée au microscope, une section transversale présente successivement : un suber noir assez épais ; un parenchyme cortical peu développé contenant quelques cellules scléreuses à parois ponctuées peu épaisses ; 4 à 5 assises de cellules scléreuses en anneau continu, à parois très épaisses et ***canaliculées***; ..."|
Microscopic examination of the root of Pareira brava.
Caniculé : en forme de gouttière ( pétiole caniculé).
Filament formation in the diatom <Emphasis Type="Italic ...
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consists of cells joined by open gutter-like connecting spines (strutted .... walls. A third cycle of cell division results in a filament composed of eight ...
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Woodsiaceae: petiole with two ± crescent-shaped vascular bundles, these uniting distally into a gutter shape. 15/700.
Thelypteridaceae: petiole with two ± crescent-shaped vascular bundles, these uniting distally into a gutter shape. 5-30/950.
Blechnaceae: petiole with many round bundles arranged in a ring; indusia linear, opening towards midrib; perine winged. ?/200.
Onocleaceae: petiole with two vascular bundles, these uniting distally into a gutter shape; fronds strongly dimorphic; sori enclosed by reflexed lamina margins. 4/5.
Angiosperm Families - Asclepiadaceae R.Br.associated with one or three petiolar traces, not gutter-shaped). .... The families of flowering plants: descriptions, illustrations, identification, ...
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|Thanks Liz, looks like in botany it refers to furrows on the surface|
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|Changes made by editors|
|Feb 11, 2008 - Changes made by liz askew:|
|Edited KOG entry||<a href="/profile/32493">Helen Genevier's</a> old entry - "canaliculé" » "canaliculate, channeled"|| |
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