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crenulate

[′kren·əl‚āt]
(biology)
Having a minutely crenate margin.
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Preopercle, opercle and whole body covered with small thin crenulated scales, up to 63 along midlateral band and up to 17 scale rows along side of body; crenulated scales (Fig.
Digenetic effect is indicated by the presence of sutured or crenulated margin, penetration of cement and iron oxide.
The number of rodent gnawed bones in parentheses indicates fragments exhibiting damage consistent with both canids and rodents Both Puncturing Furrowing puncturing Element only only & furrowing Long bones 13 7 16 Smaller elements 32 0 2 Innominates 5 0 0 Rodent Spiral Crenulated Element Pitting gnawing fractures margins Long bones 0 2(1) 3 0 Smaller elements 1 0 0 0 Innominates 1 0 0 4 Table 2.
Although not statistically significant, screws with crenulated threads (screw G) were higher in bending moment (139.
ancient Assyrian palace including a 1,350-foot-long (later expanded to 1,750) crenulated concrete wall decorated with heraldic lamassus and bas-reliefs of Babylonian princes carved into the stone between impressive pillars and towers.
But the medium he's focusing on these days involves corrugated boxes or, more specifically, the crenulated medium that is sandwiched between the box's linerboard.
The base is not well exposed, deposits are entirely folded and faulted, beds are vertical and siltstones are crenulated (Figure 8).
The labial face is slightly convex, may be weakly crenulated, and forms a 45[degrees] angle with the root.
But coves of varying size along the crenulated riverbanks offer plenty of room for privacy on the water.
On both sides of the road, are 2-meter crenulated parapets.
But they could also be read as the legs or tentacles of a creature whose crenulated red-velvet brain pulses at the center of the oval.