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Morphological traits and plants with eggs explained 86.0% of the total variation in shoot fly deadhearts [Deadhearts (%) = - 74.4 + 0.27[X.sub.1] + 3.26[X.sub.2.sup.*] + 0.74[X.sub.3] - 0.76[X.sub.4] + 1.23[X.sub.5.sup.*] - 0.05[X.sub.6] + 0.02[X.sub.7] + 0.54[X.sub.8] ([R.sup.2] = 86.0%) (* P = 0.05)] [where, [X.sub.1] = chlorophyll content; [X.sub.2] = leaf glossiness; [X.sub.3] = leaf sheath pigmentation; [X.sub.4] = plumule pigmentation; [X.sub.5] = plants with eggs; X6 = trichome density (adaxial); [X.sub.7] = trichome density (abaxial); and [X.sub.8] = waxy bloom.].
Stomata are usually larger on the abaxial surface than adaxial surface in all the species and mean size varies from 13.0 x 4.5[micro]m-20.5 x 5.5[micro]m on the abaxial surface to 20.0 x 4.0[micro]m-26.5 x 7.5[micro]m on the adaxial surface.(Table 2).
The best-preserved leafscars have a closed outer bundle with a deep indentation on the abaxial side, or are fully divided into two separate closed traces (Fig.
Epidermic abaxial cells presented straight anticlinal walls with unicellular trichomes curved at the apex.
The g s for genotypes ranged from 0.45 to 2.49 molm -2 s -1 at the abaxial surface and 0.69 to 3.2 molm -2 s -1 across all water regimes.
Abbreviations: ADE- adaxial epidermis, ABE- abaxial epidermis, PAR--chlorophyll parenchyma, BS--bundle sheath, FL--phloem, XL--Xylem, FB- fibers.
4) Abaxial branching was described in one subfamily (Arecoideae), two genera (2% of genera), and seven species (0.3% of observed species) (Table 2, Fig.
The number of adaxial (63) and abaxial (78.75) trichomes, together with the acylsugar content (35.29 nmols [cm.sup.-2] leaf area) was higher in S.
Foliar Host Plant Organ surface Shape Color Bauhinia cupulata Benth Leaf Both Globoid Brown Oualea grandiflora Mart Leaf Adaxial Lenticular Black Sapindaceae Leaf Abaxial Globoid Green Combretum sp.