Definition of Thyloses
1. thylose [n] - See also: thylose
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Literary usage of Thyloses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Comparative Anatomy of the Vegetative Organs of the Phanerogams and Ferns by Anton Bary (1884)
"The formation of fresh thyloses may continue for a.long time in a portion of a vessel ... The cellulose wall of the thyloses, which is at first delicate, ..."
2. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1905)
"thyloses are a general feature of the vessels in wood of the Salicaceae, but they differ in some important essentials from those with which we are familiar ..."
3. A Manual of the North American Gymnosperms: Exclusive of the Cycadales But by David Pearce Penhallow (1907)
"The fusiform rays narrow, the canal small without thyloses, ... Resin passages with or without thyloses, but with thick-walled epithelium cells. ..."
4. The Indian Forester (1903)
"These upon examination turned out to be thyloses, or protusions of the living ... Many of these thyloses were filled with starch, thereby increasing the ..."
5. The Generic Characters of the North American Taxaceae and Coniferae by David Pearce Penhallow (1896)
"Resin-passages present and usually without thyloses, ... Resin-passages without thyloses, but with thick-walled and small but conspicuous epithelial cells. ..."
6. A Course of Practical Instruction in Botany by Frederick Orpen Bower (1891)
"The phenomenon of thyloses is the result of the encroachment of these cells on the cavity of the vessels. The normal individual cells are oblong with square ..."
7. Strasburger's Text-book of Botany by Eduard Strasburger, Hans Fitting, William Henry Lang (1921)
"... closed by thyloses ; at u, a ts shown the connection between the thyloses and the cells from which they have been formed, (x 300. ..."
8. Lectures on Plant Physiology by Ludwig Jost (1907)
"... wood may be neglected, because the lumina of the vessels in this region are quite unable to conduct water owing to thyloses and other obstructions. ..."