Definition of Tracheids
1. Noun. (plural of tracheid) ¹
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Definition of Tracheids
1. tracheid [n] - See also: tracheid
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tracheids
Literary usage of Tracheids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Gray's Botanical Text-book by Asa Gray (1885)
"The distinctive markings of tracheids and tracheas are bordered pits, ... tracheids and trachea further agree in the following point: when complete, ..."
2. Plant Anatomy from the Standpoint of the Development and Functions of the by William Chase Stevens (1916)
"And the same condition exists where the wood parenchyma cells come into contact with the tracheal tubes and tracheids. The medullary rays and wood ..."
3. A Manual of the North American Gymnosperms: Exclusive of the Cycadales But by David Pearce Penhallow (1907)
"As such tracheids exhibit important variations among themselves, chiefly with respect to form, distribution, and structure, it is necessary to distinguish ..."
4. Identification of the Economic Woods of the United States: Including a by Samuel James Record (1919)
"TABLE I LENGTH OF tracheids IN CONIFEROUS WOODS In certain conifers, particularly Pinus, specialized forms of tracheids of a parenchymatous type are found ..."
5. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1900)
"With the large isodiametric or even horizontally elongated tracheids occur some much smaller short tracheids and occasionally irregularly-shaped longer ..."
6. Physiological Botany: I. Outlines of the Histology of Phaenogamous Plants by George Lincoln Goodale (1885)
"The distinctive markings of tracheids and tracheae arc bordered pits, or discoid markings, and various thickenings of which the spiral may be taken as an ..."
7. Identification of the Economic Woods of the United States: Including a by Samuel James Record (1919)
"tracheids tracheids are elongated, spindle-shaped, fibre-like elements, determinate in ... Seen in cross section, the tracheids are polygonal in outline, ..."
8. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1904)
"vided with simple pits, though often few in number, and this feature serves to a large extent, to assist in their differentiation from adjacent tracheids of ..."