marginate


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marginate

[′mär·jə‚nāt]
(botany)
Having a distinct margin or border.
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6C) to weakly marginate throughout, without acicular or setiform/ciliform hairs, simple and branched clavate hairs of crosiers and young fronds sometimes persistent in older fronds.
petioles always marginate, persistently hairy adaxially, or rarely glabrescent, with dark, acicular hairs in M.
Blood leukocytes normally marginate in the lung, requiring several seconds to transit the pulmonary drculation (Doerschuk 2003).
When compared with each other, MCP were found to be associated more frequently than LN with preeclampsia, diabetes mellitus, caesarean section deliveries, marginate placentas, and fetal chorioamnionitis, whereas LN was associated more commonly with macerated and nonmacerated stillbirths, maternal chorioamnionitis, and deep membrane meconium penetration.
Base, lateral margins and apex finely marginate, with faint lateromarginal impression in basal portions.