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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.
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.
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.