One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Octoblepharum cylindricum differs from O. albidum by its longer setae, cylindrical capsules, entire leaf apices, and strongly trabeculate peristome teeth.’
- ‘The teeth are equally thickened and less prominently trabeculate on both adaxial and abaxial sides.’
- ‘An insulin formulation with porous, spherical calcium carbonate composed of trabeculate or needle-shaped crystals, or an aggregation of the parallel intergrowth of these forms, as its carrier, will be presented.’
- ‘The capsule lacks stomata and on the outside has a trabeculate appearance due to the outermost cells having thickened lateral walls.’
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