marginate


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marginate

[′mär·jə‚nāt]
(botany)
Having a distinct margin or border.
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a) Marginate seeds in East Asia are very similar or identical to the archaeological specimens excavated by J.
67), base and sides marginate and flattened setae of equal length around the lateral and basal margin, with the same length as the third protarsus, separated by less than its own length; base arched and very slightly bisinuate, sides slightly arched and crenulate; basal angles rounded and crenulate toward the base near the humeral callus, anterior angles obtuse, anterolateral region lacking expanded area; surface of the glabrous disc with mixed punctation; dense fine points, regularly spaced and separated by 1-2 times their own diameter in the anterior half, large points scarce on the basal half, irregularly scattered and intermixed with fine punctures; lateral surface with mixed punctation, large punctures, dense and close together.
Base, lateral margins and apex finely marginate, with faint lateromarginal impression in basal portions.
To imply that it is something more base than this, as Clinton has been doing for a period of time, is not only false and offensive, but it is a deliberate means to intimidate, marginate and silence those who question the status quo.
4a) (w = 650 [micro]m; h = 190 [micro]m) slightly marginate, with around 28 setae (1= 20-30 [micro]m) and 38 placoid (w = 20 [micro]m) and 10-12 cupuliform (15 x 20 [micro]m) sensilla, the latter located on the apical margin.