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Strobiliformis means fir-cone form; so called from the similarity of its undeveloped form to that of the strobile of the pine.
Strobile, a multiple fruit in the form of a cone or head, 124.
In the young strobile the two purple hairy styles (e) of each ovary project beyond the bracts.
It is not possible to estimate the length of the worm accurately, but the perfect strobile must measure several feet.
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Whilst Tnia plicata acquires a length of three feet, the strobile of T. perfoliata never exceeds five inches.
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The strobile measured only two or three inches in length, and showed a uniserial disposition of the reproductive pores.
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The single, perfect strobile, with the head attached, measures thirteen inches in length.
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The joints of the immature strobile are well formed, but exhibit no trace of sexual organs.
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The base of the scales of the strobile are covered with a yellowish powder, consisting of resin-bearing glands, known as lupulin.

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