bicarinate


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bicarinate

[bī′kar·ə‚nāt]
(biology)
Having two keellike projections.
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7 mm long, 11-12 mm wide at apex, complanate, bicarinate, glabrous, greenish, placentation apical; ovules caudate, epigynous tube crateriform, ca.
17 Frest and Johannes, 1995a bicarinate mountainsnail Native
Inflorescences interfoliar, erect to ascending, branched to one order, prophyll short, bicarinate, fibrous, hidden in leaf bases, peduncular bract prominent, rostrate, densely spiny adaxially, glabrous abaxially, peduncle densely spiny, rachis shorter than peduncle, not spiny, rachis and rachillae covered with a dense wooly-white tomentum, rachillae entirely covered by staminate flowers, these shallowly sunken in pits, pistillate flowers directly inserted at the base of rachilla or directly on main rachis in between staminate rachillae and without evident connection with them.