Definition of Abaxial. Meaning of Abaxial. Synonyms of Abaxial

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Definition of Abaxial

Abaxial
Abaxial Ab*ax"i*al ([a^]b*[a^]ks"[i^]*al), Abaxile Ab*ax"ile ([a^]b*[a^]ks"[i^]l),a. [L. ab + axis axle.] (Bot.) Away from the axis or central line; eccentric. --Balfour.

Meaning of Abaxial from wikipedia

- entry on "abaxial" instead. You can also search for Abaxial in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings. Start the Abaxial article, using...
- sporangia, where the plant's spores are formed, usually on the underside (abaxial surface) of the pinnae, but sometimes marginally or scattered over the...
- protective tissues. The xylem typically lies adaxial with phloem positioned abaxial. In a stem or root this means that the xylem is closer to the centre of...
- which may have dozens or hundreds of abaxial microsporangia. Dioon edule, seed cone Cycas circinalis, pollen cone Abaxial surface of Cycas revoluta microsporophyll...
- most leaves shows dorsoventral anatomy: the upper (adaxial) and lower (abaxial) surfaces have somewhat different construction and may serve different...
- of the leaf (usually the upper side), and phloem is oriented toward the abaxial surface of the leaf. This is why aphids are typically found on the undersides...
- abaxial view, the seed is without resin vesicles, whitish, the seed wing holds the seed tightly in a cup, leaves have primary stomatal bands abaxial (below...
- Most leaves have distinct upper surface (adaxial) and lower surface (abaxial) that differ in colour, hairiness, the number of stomata (pores that intake...
- Leaves have pointed ends and are densely silvery or golden sericeous on the abaxial side. The species has not been cultivated. "Bunchosia argentea". Germplasm...
- the central axis of the organism or the extremity. Two related terms, "abaxial" and "adaxial", refer to locations away from and toward the central axis...
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