cuspidate


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cuspidate

[′kəs·pə‚dāt]
(biology)
Having a cusp; terminating in a point.
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5 x 2 cm) leaflets with tector and glandular stipitate trichomes, which are of a sticky consistency in the fields, filiform bracts, calyx with cuspidate lobes, glandular trichomes stipitate, stamens with forward curved anthers and capsule linear striated.
Pothwar scrub Trees/Shrubs: At aria modema, Olea runges cuspidate, Zizphus mauritiana, Ziziphus nummularia, Salix retrasperma, Dodonea viscose, Sageretia theezans.
ovalifolia is reinstated for a species characterized by relatively small fruits and leaves with 3 or 5 (rarely 7) leaflets with an abruptly acuminate or cuspidate apex, glabrous or scarcely pubescent, even in their expansion.
Flowers short-pedicellate, trigonal, 70-75 mm long (pedicels to exserted anthers); floral bracts citron-yellow with some hues of light green at base and apex, broadly ovate, acuminate, glabrous, 30-37 mm long, 15-17 mm wide [20-32 x 9-15 mm], longer than the pedicels, and equaling to exceeding the calyx; pedicels stout, 1-5 mm long, 2-3 mm wide; sepals citron-yellow, ovate-oblong, apex rounded to cuspidate, firm, glabrous, 22-25 mm long, 10-12 mm wide at base, 7-10 mm wide towards the apex, thickened but not exactly carinate, the apex unequilateral (i.
These include differences in external reproductive anatomy--males possess elongate intromittent organs (claspers) whereas females do not; differences in size--females are often larger than males (7, 8); differences in tooth morphology--many male batoids possess cuspidate teeth to grip their female mates during courtship and copulation (9-11); and differences in skin thickness--some female sharks and rays possess a significantly thicker dermis than males (12, 13).
In deep water, out of reach of grazers for part of the year, grasses like Vossia cuspidate have evolved a canopy that grows above the water surface (Ellenbrock and Werger 1988).
Savage (1987) once termed pointed disk covers (and disk pads) as cuspidate but later (Savage, 1997) employed "spadate" and "lanceolate" as additional states.
This superiority in the 'young' area was mainly a reflection of more tillers in Kielmeyera rugosa and Ouratea cuspidate, among the most abundant species, while other species had no significant differences in the number of tillers between the three areas (Table 2).
4) cm Consistency of blade membranaceous, not membranaceous, bullate bullate Shape of leaf blade ovate to ovate- oblong to elliptic elliptic Apex of the leaves acute to acuminate, acuminate to gradually narrowed cuspidate, abruptly narrowed Margin of leaf blade slightly serrulate somewhat sinuous, slightly serrulate Number of secondary (six-) nine to twelve nine to eleven veins Length of peduncle (4-) 6.
Adenocalymma alliaceum is a vine with cylindrical branches, compound leaves, opposite and bifolioladaes, whose leaves have a whole blade and are always green with a smooth margin, cuspidate apex and wedge-shaped base.
3 4234 Myrtaceae 37 Xylopia cuspidate Diels 4166 Annonaceae 109 Gustavia elliptica cf.