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carinate

[′kar·ə‚nāt]
(biology)
Having a ridge or keel, as the breastbone of certain birds.
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21E; C, See annex), obtuse lateral angle sligthly demarcated, lateral view of horizontal surface of propodeum forming an obtuse angle with the posterior vertical surface, which is not carinate.
In addition to the teeth described above, the European flounder has very small single teeth in its mouth, which differ from the jaw teeth in being low and stubby or high with a peaked or carinate crest (Fig.
Body shape somewhat triangular, narrowest dorsally, widest through center; anterior end rounded without beak and posterior end without fingerlike extension (Heath); carinate, canna forming line of dorsal knobs (Fig.
Hemelytron with clavus exposed, reaching apex of scutellum; lateral margins of corium slightly carinate, parallel, almost extending to posterior margin of connexivum II; membrane lacking veins, reaching to base of seventh abdominal segment (Fig.
Anal segment about as long as IX, longitudinally carinate and narrowed towards the apex, the posterior margin with a shallow median indention.
Pronotum subquadrate with anterior angles rounded, dorsum slightly convex, surface even, median lobe slightly impressed medially, posterior angles slightly acute, lateral margin acute, carinate posteriorly to the middle, ampliate in the middle, obsolete anteriorly; cervical sulcus moderately deep, extending from near coxal cavity to about 0.
Head: face mostly acinose with central area slightly swollen and rugose; frons acinose and carinate near toruli, vertex and temple acinose (Figure 2); oral opening small, diameter about 0.
8-flowered; floral bracts orbicular or nearly so, 20-27 x 25-27 mm, apex rounded, incurved and appearing cucullate, greenish-yellow toward the apex and yellowish-green at the base, glabrous or nearly so, equaling 1/2 of the sepals length, strongly convex, carinate or the upper ones obtusely if at all carinate, covered by an oleaginous substance.
Staminate inflorescence with prophyll 14 cm long, 12 cm wide; bracts 7, carinate and more or less rostrate, light-brown, 24-136 cm long, 14-16.
Flowers yellowish; staminate flowers 4-7 mm long; sepals ovate-acuminate, carinate toward the apex, 1.
2 times longer than penultimate segment, tapering distally, with some spines on truncate distal margin; lateral surface of ultimate segment longitudinally carinate, with row of stiff setae; cross section trigonal; antepenultimate segment flattened dorsoventrally, with numerous heavily plumose setae on margins and with prominent cluster of long setulose setae on low elevation at proximomesial part; coxa heavily setose, with large, bilobed epipod; no strap-like process on epipod.
The carinate ceilings are crowned by 23 different sized cupolas sheathed in carved aspen shingles.