crenulate

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crenulate

[′kren·əl‚āt]
(biology)
Having a minutely crenate margin.
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Later deformation produced boudins, kink bands, crenulations, fractures, and faults.
2] forms tight to isoclinal crenulations of S1 that are parasitic to mm-scale folds of [S.
These crenulations formed only on highly pressure-solved limbs of [S.
Subsequent structures (including faults, kink bands, multiple cross-cutting crenulations, and boudins) are also similar and readily correlated.
2]) and an associated pressure solution-enhanced crenulation cleavage (S,).
2]) non coaxial plus dominant, a vergence est et d'orientation NNE-NNO ainsi que par une schistosite de crenulation ([S.
2] crenulation cleavage enhanced by pressure solution.
2] folds have an associated axial planar crenulation deavage, [S.
71), larger rakers on both epibranchial and ceratobranchial possess a row of small, bluntly pointed crenulations along their medial surfaces (Fig.
16), weak crenulations on caput, more conspicuous anteriolaterally and near eye region, elsewhere absent or inconspicuous.
Polyphase deformation has resulted in the crenulation of the first phase cleavage and development of a weak second fabric locally, and later formation of conjugate kink bands in favourable lithologies.
Thoracic tracheal furrows absent but caudal furrow indicated, filled with irregular ridges resembling those of dorsal crenulations, 100-105 [micro]m long, 15 [micro]m wide.