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OTHER WORDS FROM tracheidtra·che·i·dal [truh-kee-i-dl, trey-kee-ahyd-l], /trəˈki ɪ dl, ˌtreɪ kiˈaɪd l/, adjective
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As a rule buckling of a tracheid begins at the bordered pits which form places of least resistance in the walls.The Mechanical Properties of Wood|Samuel J. Record
One to two large, simple pits to each tracheid on the radial walls of the cells of the pith ray.
One or two large pits to each tracheid on the radial walls of each cell of the pith ray.