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Ligula

An ancient Roman unit of volume approximately equivalent to 11.4 milliliters.
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Amomum durum Amomum bungoensis Leave Lanceolate to linear Elliptic, oblong-elliptic Leave apex Acuminate Caudate Ligule Deeply bi-lobed, Bi-lobed, tomentose, black pubescent, membranous line at the margin Flower Creamy white Orange Stigma Cup-shaped open upward with Cup-shaped abruptly hair at the opening widening with cilia Anther crest Obscurely trilobed Distinct trilobed
Bothrodendron punctatum has oval leaf scars up to 2 mm long with ligule pits contiguous with the top of the leaf scar.
Triangular ligule on the base of the inner side of the petal, d.
Leaf sheaths shorter and/or longer than the internodes, glabrous; blades 10-60 x 0.2-0.5 cm, base straight, linear, conduplicate or flat, glabrous on both surfaces or scabrous-pubescent on adaxial surface, apex acute or subobtuse; ligule 1-1.4 mm long, membranous ciliate.
Ligule An upright, membranous or hairy projection located where the leaf sheath and blade join.
The leaves have a long membranous ligule at the collar.
Fully expanded leaves were measured from the ligule to the top, and expanding leaves, from the ligule of the last fully expanded leaf.
5 Foliage oral setae 4.3-6 mm long, free; lobes of the outer ligule absent; culm leaf sheaths 9.5-12.5 cm long, non-overlapping; culm leaf blades 1.6-7.5 cm long....
2003) and they are not able to feed, especially on liquid, because they have an athrophied rigid maxilla and a labium without ligule (Ramirez-Benavides pers.
(c) Ligulate (5+0 ligule lobes): zygomorphic, with a short and narrow tube expanding into a ligule five-lobed at the apex, the lobes deeply (Fig.
Ligule a membranous rim, the tip laciniate, 1.5-2 mm long, truncate, glabrous.