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Definition of the noun Tyloses

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Tyloses is a tribe of Cerambycinae, described by LeConte in 1873.

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Google previewContributions from the Herbarium of Columbia College (1894)

Tyloses is the rule with these vessels. The walls of the intruded parenchyma often become much thickened and pitted. The frequency is probably due to the fact that parenchyma usually borders these vessels, and the numerous slits afford it an ...

Google previewJournal of the New-York Microscopical Society (1891)

by New York Microscopical Society

Tyloses is the rule with these vessels. The walls of the intruded parenchyma often become much thickened and pitted. The frequency is probably due to the fact that parenchyma usually borders these vessels, and the numerous slits afford it an ...

Google previewA Manual of Botany (1874)

Anatomical and Physiological for the Use of Students by Robert Brown

Tyloses is the name which has been applied to this peculiarity. D that Mirbel's class of " mixed vessels " is perfectly. BARRED VESSELS. 49.

Google previewConcise Encyclopedia of Composite Materials (2006)

by Andreas Mortensen

Tyloses During normal heartwood formation or after an injury, parenchyma cells adjacent to a vessel may ''grow into'' that vessel. This occurs usually in hardwood species where the interconnections between the vessels and the storage ...

Google previewDictionary for Managing Trees in Urban Environments (2009)

by Danny B Draper, Peter A Richards

Tyloses Plural of tylosis. See Tylosis. Tylosis A balloon-like extension of a xylem ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Science for Gardeners (2015)

6000 Scientific Terms Explored and Explained by Michael Allaby

tyloses Hollow outgrowths from parenchyma cells in xylem vessels that often fill with pigmented materials, e.g. resin, ...

Google previewSubject Headings Used in the Dictionary Catalogues of the Library of Congress (1919)

Saprophytism; Symbiosis; Tyloses. —Phytography. See Botany. —Pictorial works. QK98 —Pre-Linnean works. - QK41 —Structure. Sec Botany—Anatomy. –Taronomy.

Google previewA Dictionary of Biology (2017)

by M. Abercrombie

Tyloses occur in wood of various plants, often abundantly in heartwood of ...

Google previewMidline Medical Dictionary (2002)

by P. S. Rawat

HgI, four Tyloses. Plural of Tylosis. Tylosis. The formation of a callous thickening on the skin. VarèqGRT, *H: T&T SITI, Ergenfra Tympanic. Relating to the tympanum. Hertfürs; Hartvia, HEREuf STS-81 Tympana. Plural of Tympanum.

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Botany (2002)

by Jill Bailey

Tyloses are often found in injured tissue, older wood, and below an abscission layer, and can completely block the conducting vessel. They often become filled with tannins, resins or pigments, giving the heartwood its dark color, and helping to ...

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Ecology and the Environment (2009)

by Jill Bailey

The fungus spreads through the XYLEM vessels, and the plant responds by producing tyloses (bladderlike ingrowths of the adjacent parenchyma cells that penetrate the xylem vessels through the pits) that seal off the affected vessels.

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