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Tawny

Yellow-ish brown color; tan.

Terete

Cylindrical or nearly so, circular in cross-section, sometimes used as an equivalent of unifacial.

Thyrse

Of an inflorescence, branched, the main axis indeterminate and the lateral branches determinate, i.e. with a terminal flower or as a cyme, cf. panicle in particular, cf. also botryoid, corymb, fascicle, raceme, spadix, spike, umbel.

Tomentum

Of indumentum, a covering of dense, matted, woolly hairs, adj. tomentose; tomentellous, minutely tomentose, cf. arachnoid, arbuscular, canescent, hirsute, hispid, lepidote, puberulous, pubescent, sericeous, stellate, villous, see also glabrescent and glabrate, which refer to stages in the loss of these hairs.

Trichome

Any epidermal outgrowth, e.g. a hair (branched or unbranched).

Tubular

E.g. of a polysymmetric corolla, usually rather narrow and cylindrical, the sides parallel, cf. campanulate, rotate, infundibular, salverform, urceolate.

Uncinate

Terminating in a hooked point.

Villous

Of indumentum, with long, soft hairs, see also Rickett (1954), cf. in particular hirsute, hispid, cf. also arachnoid, arbuscular, canescent, lepidote, puberulous, pubescent, sericeous, stellate, strigose, tomentose, T-shaped, see also glabrescent and glabrate, which refer to stages in the loss of these hairs.

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