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dentate

1. having teeth or toothlike processes
2. (of leaves) having a toothed margin

dentate

[′den‚tāt]
(biology)
Having teeth.
Having toothlike or conical marginal projections.
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Leaves alternate to opposite, clustered in the brachyblasts; short-petiolate; blades linear-oblong, elliptic to ovate, pinnately veined, margin entire to dentate, glabrous to pubescent.
Statistical comparisons were done between fully dentate and partially or completely edentulous respondents with regard to known vascular disease risk factors and oral hygiene behaviour (daily brushing/cleaning and preventive dental visits).
1999) Running increases cell proliferation and neurogenesis in the adult mouse dentate gyrus.
The brain imaging measured blood volume in the dentate gyrus, a measure of metabolism, and the memory test involved a 20-minute pattern-recognition exercise designed to evaluate a type of memory controlled by the dentate gyrus.
Injuries to inferior vermis and dentate nuclei predict poor neurological and neuropsychological outcome in children with malignant posterior fossa tumors.
Neurons in a small region of the hippocampus called the dentate gyrus were particularly adept at triggering memories this way.
The structural analysis of dentate gyrus revealed improvement in degenerating neurons by treatment with GBE.
Commonly, the rachidian cusp is relatively coarsely dentate with a strong, lanceolate or acuminate central denticle and 3-5 smaller, also lanceolate, lateral denticles on each side (Fig.
19 in Neuron that molecular disruptions in small neurons called granule cells - located in the dentate gyrus region of the brain - caused brain seizures in mice similar to those seen in human temporal lobe epilepsy.
All femora are claviform and dentate internally; the internal margin of each tibia is strongly sinuate, meso- and the hindtibia is angulate or toothed on the outer edge towards the apex; tarsal claws are cleft, and subapproximate at the base.
light green, covered with subulate scales (bases flat or somewhat enrolled), 2-5 mm long, light brown sometimes darker at the base, with dentate margins and a hair-like apex; laminae 1.