lobate


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lobate

, lobated
1. having or resembling lobes
2. (of birds) having separate toes that are each fringed with a weblike lobe

lobate

[′lō‚bāt]
(biology)
Having lobes.
(vertebrate zoology)
Of a fish, having the skin of the fin extend onto the bases of the fin rays.
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These lobate deposits propagate uphill from the northern plains and do so in close association with a potential palaeo-shoreline.
In comparison, beroids (Beroe) and lobates (Bolinopsis) were commonly tilted in their flattened sagittal or stomodeal plane; the results in both planes were treated equivalently (Tamm, 1980, 1982, 2014a).
Flat leaves, sclerophilous, lobate (acute lobes), with very short and red petiole (< 1 cm).
Cephalic lappets distinct, their free margin smooth or at most shallowly lobate (rather than digitate), its edge minutely papillate; lateral expansions of snout broad; right post-ocular peduncle present in both sexes, a longitudinal groove on its upper surface; right subocular tentacle not evident; right neck lobe with approx.
2009) (determining that defendants' motion to dismiss is rejected and the case is permitted to proceed to trial); Lobate v.
LROC images indeed show small lobate scarps created by global shrinking.
In August 2010, the team used LROC images to identify physical signs of contraction on the lunar surface, in the form of lobe-shaped cliffs known as lobate scarps.
This species has squamulose and persistent primary thallus, lobate, green olivaceous above, brownish below.
Legs: Meso- and metacoxae widely separated; femora cylindrical, weakly oval in cross section; metafemur not reaching apex of abdomen; metatibia slightly longer than metafemur; pretarsus: claws large, very thick basally, narrow and strongly arcuate distally; parempodia distally lobate, leaflike, broad, only apices recurved (Fig.
Sardine otoliths from Mexican waters were generally lighter and more lobate than those from U.
Scientists have studied more than 70 of these cliffs, called lobate scarps, using Apollo mission images from the 1970s.
Fourteen new lobate scarps have now been identified by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft, researchers reported in the journal Science.