A petal bearing a tuft or row of long hairs.
Bearing long, stiff hairs, e.g. at culm nodes of Dichanthium.
Bearing long or stiff hairs.
having hair on the cheeks and chin
having a growth of hair-like awns; "bearded wheatgrass"
Long, often stiff, hairs at the base of the lemma. In some genera their presence is a key feature to identification.
With a tuft of hairs.
Having long or stiff hairs arranged in a row or tuft.
With long hairs in a tuft, or fringe. When the hairs are in a conspicuous single file or narrow line, then ciliate is used. Parent Term: Hairs Difficulty Level
Having a ring or tuft of long hairs.