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  • Encyclopedia article about paleae. Information about paleae in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. — “paleae definition of paleae in the Free Online Encyclopedia”, encyclopedia2
  • Pappi paleæ 8—10, cuneato-obovatæ, æquilongæ latitudine, inæquales, apice obtusæ, vel purpureis oleo farctis lineolata: pappi paleæ utrinque attenuatæ, sæpissime secus strias. — “Forms for navigation”, darwin-
  • Definition of Paleae. Paleae. of Palea. Related Definitions: Of, Palea Copyright © 2001 - 2010 | Inquire | Submit | Privacy | Terms. — “Definition of Paleae”,
  • Definition of paleae in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of paleae. Pronunciation of paleae. Translations of paleae. paleae synonyms, paleae antonyms. Information about paleae in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “paleae - definition of paleae by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • Paleae stout and very prominent (see below), appearing to be wider and stronger than two sets of four branchiae present in a single transverse row; helpful hint: paleae appear. — “Key to Species within Families”,
  • One of the traditional characters of the Italian comedy was a sort of clown who wore weird clothing made out of the same coarse fabric used to cover straw mattresses. So, it was called 'pagliaccio', a word formed from the Italian 'paglia', staw, from the latin 'paleæ, palearum.' Profuy. — “What is the etymology of the word for "clown" in the romance”,
  • Pistillate paleae (except innermost) 2–4(–6) in 1(–2) series, spirally ranked, loosely saccate, incurved 20 Innermost paleae ± 8, spreading in 2 series, pistillate. Pistillate florets: outer 2–4(–6) epappose, inner 15–20 pappose. — “Logfia arvensis (L.) Holub - Encyclopedia of Life”,
  • Definition of paleae from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of paleae. Pronunciation of paleae. Definition of the word paleae. Origin of the word paleae. — “paleae - Definition of paleae at ”,
  • Heads in glomerules of 2–5 in ± cymiform arrays, 3.5–5 mm (excluding staminate paleae) Pistillate paleae: wings prominent, erect, ovate, ± plane. — “Ancistrocarphus filagineus in Flora of North America”,
  • Paleae definition, a chafflike scale or bract. See more. Plural paleae (pā'lē-ē') The inner or upper of the two bracts enclosing one of the small flowers within a grass spikelet. The chaffy scales on the receptacle of a flower head in a plant of the composite family. — “Paleae | Define Paleae at ”,
  • Stems usually erect, sometimes prostrate to ascending (underground stems sometimes woody caudices or rhizomes, sometimes fleshy) subtend some or all of the florets) or epaleate (lacking paleae); epaleate receptacles sometimes bristly or hairy or bearing subulate enations among the florets. — “SEINet - Asteraceae”,
  • Meaning of Paleae: of Palea Welcome to ARDictionary! Paleae. Definition: of Palea © Copyright 2004-2010, ExoCrew. All rights reserved. [ Policies ]. — “Definition: Paleae (Meaning of Paleae)”,
  • paleae. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search This page was last modified on 2 September 2010, at 22:34. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License; additional terms may apply. See Terms of Use for. — “paleae - Wiktionary”,
  • Pistillate paleae (except usually innermost) readily or tardily falling, erect to Innermost paleae usually all pistillate, in some species bi***ual and. — “Logfia gallica (Daggerleaf Cottonrose)”,
  • Definition of palea from The American Heritage Science Dictionary. Plural paleae paleae (pāˈlē-ēˌ) The inner or upper of the two bracts enclosing one of the small flowers within a grass spikelet. — “palea - Science Definition”,
  • Description of Medicinal Herbs used in Therapeutic Creams and Compound made by Wildcrafted Herbal Products both perfect, lower one mostly awned; paleae cartilaginous, embracing the caryopsis; root fibrous, annual. — “Oats: Medicinal herb in the Therapeutic Range used by”, .au
  • Electroinactive polysaccharides (PS) modified by osmium(vi) complexes with nitrogenous ligands produce redox couples at carbon and mercury electrodes. Electrocatalytic detection of polysaccharides at picomolar concentrations. Emil Paleček and Mojmír Trefulka. ***yst, 2011, Advance Article. DOI: 10. — “Electrocatalytic detection of polysaccharides at picomolar”,
  • Often the abdominal segments have appendages for swimming, breathing, or holding eggs. Palea (pl Paleae): In polychaetes, a strong, broad, or flattened seta, usually associated with the operculum or the anterior part of the body. — “Glossary”,
  • The spiny center of the head showing the paleae, from which the name derives The paleae have orange to reddish purple ends, and are longer than the disc corollas. — “Echinacea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Specialized anterior setae form a fan-shaped group of paleae on either side of the anterior end. Specialized anterior setae form 2 fascicles of golden paleae in a transverse row. — “Quick Identification by Pictures”,
  • Glumes two, lanceolate-linear, with subulate awns, flattish, unequal sided, at right angles [contrariae], with the paleae almost unilateral, turned inwards [anticae], herbaceous, rigid. Paleae two, herbaceous; the inferior one (turned inwards). — “36. Hordeum distichon, Linn.—Two-rowed or Long-eared Barley”,


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