falcate


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falcate

[′fal‚kat]
(astronomy)
Crescent-shaped; applied usually to the appearance of the moon, Venus, and Mercury during their crescent phases.
(biology)
Shaped like a sickle.
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5 cm long, divergent to declined, deciduous, dehiscent, linear and slightly falcate or abruptly upturned at tip, subterete, usually submoniliform, thinly coriaceous, strigose.
Anthers markedly falcate after the release of pollen, 4 mm long.
apices; the apical lobe is falcate, and the leaflets lack basal veins
Stem leaves [+ or -] concave, either straight, oblong-ovate with abruptly acute or obtuse and apiculate or rounded apex, or falcate, ovate to oblong-ovate with gradually and shortly to longly acuminate apex; erect-spreading to imbricate, usually complanate; margin plane, entire or slightly denticulate near apex; costa short and double, occasionally absent; median lamina cells linear-flexuose, becoming shorter and wider towards apex and slightly shorter, wider and porose towards base; marginal cells similar or slightly shorter and wider than adjacent median lamina cells; alar cells numerous, hyaline, inflated, forming a well delimited group, slightly or longly decurrent.
Biomass yield means comparisons for sativa x sativa crosses, sativa x falcate crosses, sativa clones, and falcata clones on an experiment wide, yearly, location, and harvest mean basis.
Como datos extra-linguisticos se invocaban los tradicionalmente recurridos al efecto; sintoma de su caracter guerrero serian las fortificaciones castrenas, las estatuas de guerreros, algunas fuentes textuales y las monedas lucenses acunadas con los iconos del triunfo sobre las poblaciones indigenas (escudo caetra, punal, falcate .
17) entire, ovate-lanceolate, narrowing to a slender, channeled acumen, falcate, occasionally but not always secund, sometimes spreading in a form similar to Amblystegium riparium; costa pronounced, extending above midleaf; upper median cells of leaf (Fig.
Anal fin: iii + 27 (1), iv + 25 (1), iv + 27 (1), iv + 28 (3), iv + 29 (10), iv + 30 (9), iv + 31 (12), iv + 32 (8) and v + 25 (1); falcate anteriorly (the 4th, 5th and 6th rays are longer than the rest) with sheath of skin covering most of interradial space of first anal rays; origin of anal situated below base of last dorsal my.
2 cm long, glabrous outside, green to green and pale yellow, often suffused with maroon especially around the base, green inside, tube straight, 9-14 x 2-3 mm at its midpoint, base and throat ventricose, lobes erect, with acute apices, slightly unequal in size, dorsal lobes oblong-triangular, falcate, 10-15 x 3-5 mm, lateral lobes oblong-triangular, falcate, 5-7 x 2-3 mm, ventral lobe ovate, deflexed, 4-5 x 4 mm; filament tube 2-2.
34-35) tube-like, developed, surrounding aedeagus medially, with a falcate process at apex in left side, tip of the process truncate or acute, with a hooked process in right side.