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bilobate

[′bī′lō‚bāt]
(biology)
Divided into two lobes.
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MRI detected the presence of a large bilobed petrous apex mass on the left (figure).
2 cm and appeared to be a bilobed structure with echogenicity consistent with testicular tissue (Fig.
The spermathecal stalk has a globular lateral lobe and an oblong and often bilobed terminal chamber (Fig.
2N) Bilobed buds, not functional; no seta and hair on buds; no further development from the 1st stage.
Associated non-skeletal anomalies tend to correspond to the level of the vertebral defects and include bilobed bladder, hydronephrosis, hernia, anal and urethral atresia, and talipes equinovarus.
As opposed to the widespread pattern of producing individual planktonic eggs, several scorpaenid genera (Sebastolobus, Pterois, Scorpaena) extrude eggs in a floating bilobed gelatinous egg mass.
Circulating granulocytes frequently have bilobed nuclei with decreased or absent granularity and are referred to as pseudo-Pelger-Huet or "Pelgeroid" (Slide 5a).
Under these conditions, we consistently observed a very broad bilobed peak that spanned 2-2.
Ant III sensory organ with rod-like sensillae; 2-3 additional rod like sensillae on mid part of Ant III, and one more on distal Ant II; Ant IV with bilobed apical vesicle, almost a double vesicle.