denticulate


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denticulate

[den′tik·yə·lət]
(zoology)
Having denticles; serrate.
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Lithics in the upper deposits consist mainly of debitage with formal tools including primarily denticulates and notches and other tool classes poorly represented.
Leaves alternate, simple, elliptic to lanceolate, shortly rounded at base, glands numbering from 1-3 placed abaxially near base of lamina, lamina 3-10 cm long and 1-4 cm wide, denticulate margins, penninerved, prominent abaxial reticulate-pinnate venation, developing leaves yellowish abaxially, petiole 0.
Christensen (1940), in his flora of Tristan da Cunha, described plants there as having rhizome scales with entire margins, whereas material from Africa, Madagascar, and the Americas has scales with distally denticulate margins.
They all have denticulate rhizome scales and pubescent laminar tissue on both surfaces.
Scales of the petioles and rachises retrorsely denticulate
2 mm, ovate to ovatelanceolate, spreading to appressed, dull pale brown, finely denticulate, the other 0.
6 mm, peltate, loosely appressed, linear-lanceolate, long-attenuate, bicolorous, the central portion with a conspicuous dark stripe, the stripe dark-brown to blackish, opaque, indurate except for the point of attachment which is brown, the outer portions on either side of the stripe tan, hyaline, often eroded in age, the margin denticulate, the teeth simple or bifid.
Subgenus Rhopalotricha is characterized by denticulate rhizome scales, whereas those of subg.
Adults of Macrobrachium rosenbergii showed simple setae similarly to Macrobrachium ohione (Bauer & Caskey 2006), but not denticulate ones.
The coeloconicum type is dominant and generally the basal edge shows two long, denticulate seta-like structures (Fig.