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The trichome-forming bacteria are similar to another bacterium called Thioploca.
These trichomes had a diameter of three to six micrometers -- somewhat large for bacteria.
It, too, forms a bundle of trichomes surrounded by a mucus sheath.
Mass production can knock off the sticky little tiny crystal-like hairs called trichomes that cover cannabis flowers, oozing with aromatic oils called terpenes as well as valuable cannabinoids like THC and CBD.
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First Known Use: 1875See Words from the same year
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