bilobate


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bilobate

[′bī′lō‚bāt]
(biology)
Divided into two lobes.
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Furthermore, whether a bilobate phytolith is transverse or axial could depend on the initial sites of silicification, whether on the two lateral walls (in the case of transverse-bilobates) or the proximal and distal end-walls (for axial-bilobates).
House 8, a large bilobate semi-subterranean structure, dates approximately between A.
During the early embryonic veliger stage (days 5-7) the velum became bilobate and possessed long cilia along its edge.
Testis bilobate, 117-188 (141) long, 94-118 (106) wide; deferent duct long, not overlooped intestinal ceca; seminal vesicle 117-141 (133) long, 61-70 (67) wide, prostatic and accessory reservoirs well developed; sclerotized copulatory organ (Fig.
Bipezia bilobata likely represents the remains of a plant stem or root that has been cast in sediment rather than an ichnofossil; Matthew's other, unillustrated, specimen of Bipezia bilobata (NBMG 3037) shows that the bilobate impressions do not represent an ichnofossil but are broken fragments of shale that superficially resemble the type specimen.
Notothyrial platform narrows anteriorly and merges with the median septum on elevated part of the valve floor; cardinal process granulated; dental plates divergent, ventral muscle field large, bilobate anteriorly.
Abdomen: Tergal plate longer than wide, the longitudinal ridge of thorax continues along mtg III-VI; lateral sclerites with punctured oval depressions; deltg II + III not fused, lateral margins of deltg II-VII reflexed, their posterior margins raised, pilose and with a distinctly posterolaterally projecting tubercle; metapleural scent gland canais straight and directed upward and visible from above as a split oval elevation; mtg VII with a median elevation and 2 vertical projections on posterior margin; tergite VIII bilobate, visible tergites IX and X tricuspidate.
The teeth from La Cantalera further display bilobate denticles, a character cited exclusively in a carcharodontosaurid from the Early Cretaceous of South America (Novas et al, 2005).