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Grain is oblong to ellipsoidal free within the glume and its palea.
A HANDBOOK OF SOME SOUTH INDIAN GRASSESRAI BAHADUR K. RANGA ACHARIYAR
Central capsules ovate or ellipsoidal, its longer diameter twice to three times as large as the shorter.
Occupying most of it were three grey, ellipsoidal objects, smooth and featureless.
THE THING IN THE ATTICJAMES BENJAMIN BLISH
Therefore Phatnaspis repeats the characteristic formation of Coscinaspis, from which it differs in its ellipsoidal shell.
The nucleus is large and ellipsoidal, with characteristic longitudinal markings of chromatin.
Shell composed of two ellipsoidal, cortical, and two spherical medullary shells.
If the medullary shell be ellipsoidal, the main axis of the ellipsoid is the same as in the cortical shell.
Ovoid or ellipsoidal branchlets or receptacles, single or in groups, occur at intervals along the sides of both stem and branches.
THE SEA-BEACH AT EBB-TIDEAUGUSTA FOOTE ARNOLD
Cortical shell twice as long as broad, with rough surface, four times as large as the ellipsoidal medullary shell.
Its form is commonly ovate or ellipsoidal, sometimes also lentelliptical or nearly spherical.

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