A glossary of plant hair terminology

@article{Payne2008AGO,
  title={A glossary of plant hair terminology},
  author={Willard W. Payne},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={2008},
  volume={30},
  pages={239-255}
}
This is a compilation of English terms having to do with hairs and hairy surfaces of plants. The glossary is divided into two sections. Part I includes terms for types and attributes of individual hair kinds and hair clusters. Part II deals with kinds and characteristics of induments. 
Taxonomic significance of leaf indumentum characteristics of the genusBiscutella (Cruciferae)
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Eight types of indumenta are recognized and these include hispid/hirsute, puberulent, tomentose, villous and velutious, which varies in abundance from sparse to dense within the genus Biscutella. Expand
Trichome types, foliar indumentum and epicuticular wax in the Mediterranean gall oaks, Quercus subsection Galliferae (Fagaceae): implications for taxonomy, ecology and evolution
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A group of Mediterranean oaks, Quercus subsectio Galliferae and Q. pubescens, is investigated, using a large daisy-like structure as a model for the determination of trichome characters. Expand
NEW MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERS ON THE FLORETS OF SOME INULA SPECIES (ASTERACEAE)
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New information is given about the presence of glandular and non-glandular trichomes of the florets on eight Inula species and their different ecological and/or life strategy. Expand
Microanatomy of leaf trichomes: opportunities for improved ampelographic discrimination of grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) cultivars
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The microanatomical features and fluorescent characteristics of grape leaf trichomes may facilitate improved ampelographic discrimination of grapevine cultivars. Expand
Morphological variation of hairs in Malva alcea L. (Malvaceae)
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Preliminary results of research on the morphology and variation of hairs in Malva alcea from different geographic regions of Poland suggest that in all types of tri- chomes each branch is composed exclusively of a single unbranched cell. Expand
TOXONOMIC STUDY OF THE TRICHOMES IN THE SOME MEMBERS OF THE GENUS CONVOLVULUS (CONVOLVULACEAE)
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Variation in trichome density on different parts has been noticed and in Convolvulus pseudocantabricus a prominent pepillate type of ornamentation has been observed like Pneuomatophore. Expand
Studies on the leaf epidermal structure of genus Cyanus, sect. Napuliferae (Compositae)
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The comparative study shows the epidermal features possess taxonomic significance and could be used as additional characters to differentiate the species into sect. Expand
Comparative Study of Silicified Trichomes of Some Luffa Mill. Species
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Results indicate significant diversity in morphotype, shape and size of trichomes in all the three species of genus Luffa Mill, reflecting taxonomic significance. Expand
Taxonomic significance of leaf epidermal anatomy of selected Persicaria Mill. species of family Polygonaceae from Pakistan
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Cluster analyses elucidate relationship among different taxa by utilization of leaf epidermal characters and prove to be taxonomically important tool in the delimitation of taxa. Expand
Anatomy, trichome morphology and palynology of Salvia chrysophylla Stapf (Lamiaceae)
Abstract The anatomy, palynology, morphology and distribution of the trichomes on the aerial parts of Salvia chrysophylla Stapf, an endemic species in Turkey, were studied in order to understand theExpand
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