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connate

[kə′nāt]
(geology)
Referring to materials involved in sedimentary processes that are contemporaneous with surrounding materials.
(science and technology)
Born, originated, or produced in a united or fused condition.
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5-1 mm beyond glands, rounded, abaxially sericeous, adaxially glabrous, pressed inward against filaments; glands apparently 8 but probably actually 10 with the anterior 4 connate in 2 broad pairs, 2.
Where saline contaminations have so far been observed within coastal aquifers of the Niger Delta, they are still being debated, whether of connate origin, island condition, or true intrusion.
Flowers 70-95 mm long; petals (35-) 55-62 mm long, connate at base for 7-17 mm, erect to suberect at anthesis.
This suggests the presence of water tables, a clay layer, stored connate salts, or a combination of all three.
6cm, entire, acute, reflexed at margins, each pair connate at base and forming a 0.
237) Gas may also be in solution with connate water.
The transporting fluid could be interstitial connate water driven out by compaction, or metamorphic water released by reconstitution of hydrous minerals.
Higher concentrations of chloride are attributed to zones of fault-related discharge, and typically increase basinward where marine sediments with saline connate water are dominant.
The leaves alternate and are elliptic rounded at apex and connate at the base.
Depleted hydrocarbon reservoirs that are filled with connate water (fully water-saturated reservoirs) offer limited storage capacity.
The special issues related to oil sand processing arising from the combined trace minerals, dissolved gases, connate water, unrelated organic matter attached to the mineral matter are treated thoroughly.
The study of African politics has built its analysis of political leadership on the symbiotic and almost connate relationship between the state and rulers.