tuberculate


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tuberculate

[tə′bər·kyə·lət]
(biology)
Having or characterized by knoblike processes.
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Foster and Taylor found tuberculate type supernumerary teeth more commonly produced delayed eruption, whereas conical types more commonly produced displacement of the adjacent dentition (Foster TD, Taylor GS, 1969).
1st: Tuberculate mesiodens, superimposed on the unerupted central incisor which rarely erupts and are frequently associated with the delayed eruption of the incisors.
Our study was conducted after the spawning season; tuberculate fish were not observed during sampling and there was no evidence of spawning activity during our study.
Integument: Body surface dull, roughly punctate, and not conspicuously tuberculate; antennal segments I to III densely tuberculate; antennal segments I to IV, legs, and abdominal sterna clothed with short semidecumbent to decumbent silvery bristlelike setae; femora not tuberculate.
2008) by having skin tuberculate on dorsum with prominent pointed tubercles on limbs and areolate with scattered rounded tubercles on venter, several tubercles on the upper eyelid, one of them is large and conical and groins and anterior surfaces of thighs coloration black with white spots.
Rudimentary (dysmorphic): a tooth with smaller shape and size; this includes conical, tuberculate and molariform teeth.
Achenes roundly trigonous to terete, globose or ellipsoid; surface smooth, tuberculate (warty), pitted, or lobed, rarely pubescent; hypogynium disk-like, lobed or entire, sometimes absent.
Erect, slightly hairy, with clusters of small, distal yellow flowers and erect, blade-shaped, tuberculate leaves with toothed margins.