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digitate

, digitated
1. (of compound leaves) having the leaflets in the form of a spread hand
2. (of animals) having digits or corresponding parts

digitate

[′dij·ə‚tāt]
(anatomy)
Having digits or digitlike processes.
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It is characterized by digitate leaves with lepidote indumentum, flowers with bilabiate calyx, lepidote and corolla yellow with red or brown nectar guides on the fauces.
A 52-year-old Caucasian woman presented with a 6-year history of multiple asymptomatic skin-colored digitate lesions, 3 to 5 mm long and 1 to 2 mm wide, distributed on the forehead, neck, extensor surface of the arms but also in the inframmary folds, axillae and lower limbs, especially on the popliteal fold (Figs.
Hastaya klinik ve histopatolojik bulgularla multipl minute digitate hiperkeratoz tanisi kondu.
Each node with 2-3 simple rames; each rame terminating into a spathe and a digitate group of racemes.
40m tall with digitate racemes, and is widespread in temperate mainland Australia (Lamp et al.
Spines digitate, rounded distally, the anterior pair (accessory spines) larger than posterior pair (postmaxillary spines).
Those panicles were forked or digitate rather than a single compact cylinder.
A comparable morphology has also been adopted by succulent members of the families Euphorbiaceae, Aizoaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Agavaceae, Apocynaceae, and others (see the drawings on right-hand page), represented in the same order by some African arborescent species of Euphorbia, the southern African species of stone plants (Lithops, which are the size and shape of a stone), the digitate Stapelia spp.
Coral substrata included encrusting, digitate, branching, tabulate, massive, and soft corals.
Group 39 digitate disposable clamps to remove polyps and foreign bodies.