7) as "Stem terete, simple or branched, cylindric
or subcylindric; surface nearly smooth, without transverse ridges, apparently hollow".
Hitchcock (1950) described the morphologies of green and yellow foxtail inflorescences as cylindric
, spikelike and, in the case of green foxtail, tapering toward the summit.
The relational model of data and cylindric
In order to treat the hiding operator of the language, a general notion of existential quantifier is introduced which is formalized in terms of cylindric
algebras [Henkin et al.
In 1992, fish were sampled with cylindric
plastic traps (size 40 x 100 cm, mesh sizes 10 or 20 mm, total number of traps = 60) to study seasonal shifts in habitat and diet use.
The gut wall consists of three tissue layers: a digestive epithelium (high and narrow cylindric
cells filled with yolk), an intermediate layer of mesenchyme, and a thin coelomic epithelium [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURES 8B, C OMITTED].
In terms of body geometry and the absolute numbers of species in the total data set: spherical-shaped species (L = D) [is less than] unassigned species [is less than] prolate spheroidal species [is less than] cylindric
(squat [is less than] slender) species.
Stage 3 spawning (S3) Mature spermatozoids in expulsion, ciliated cylindric
epithelium with foldings.
Size of points represents number of cases with same cylindric
Spirals.--Spiral structures that are morphologically similar to honeycomb structures but more electron dense and are best seen on preparations for electron microscopy.
For fecal collection by the decantation method, eight cylindric
glass fiber tanks with a capacity of 80L and conical bottom were used.