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crenate

[′krē‚nāt]
(biology)
Having a scalloped margin; used specifically for foliar structures, shrunken erythrocytes, and shells of certain mollusks.
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Additional features: dorsal lobe absent, dorsoapical edge crenate; single specimen available for this study appears to have a ventral tooth anterior to [S.sub.2] with apex broadly rounded but this could be an empty spur socket, which would constitute [S.sub.3]; 1st gonapophysis apex truncate; dorsal depression easily observed and large but only extending forward to about the level of the secondary spurs; ventral depression present.
and Raslan M.A., Fergany Mohamed; Screening Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) for Resistance to Crenate Broomrape (Orobanche crenata Forsk.) In Middle Egypt.
Sepals longer but narrower, obtuse and not apiculate, membranaceous (not thickly coriaceous), glabrous or lepidote only at extreme apex, the posterior ones slightly carinate, petals longer (to 2.6 cm), the blades curled back and slightly crenate. Stamens deeply included, not exceeding the petal claw.
* Crenate: crenate has large, rounded teeth on the margins.
95) ctenoid, subquadrate with 8-15 primary anterior radii that converge at the focus; radii crenate at scale margin; anterolateral corners square, postero-lateral corners rounded; focus located in posterior half of scale (Daniels 1996).
Other types of acorn barnacles include the crab barnacle (Chelonibia patula), which often attaches itself to crabs, and the crenate barnacle (B.
Basal and lower leaves of Flint are spatulate in shape, very weakly lobed with weakly crenate margins and sessile to weakly petiolate.
KP type IIB is characterized by linear, punctiform, and crenate lesion, induced by trauma.
Leaves opposite, rarely verticillate or alternate, composite, 2-3-foliolate, ternate, pinnate, bipinnate or digitate, rarely simple, entire, crenate or serrate, venation pinnatinerved to palmatinerved; in lianas terminal leaflet can be substituted by tendril (simple, bifid, trifid or multifid).
Longitudinal and transverse moulting sutures reaching submarginal furrow, longitudinal moulting suture crenate along median line.
These fronds bear 25-30 pairs of lateral pinnae, the middle ones 4-8 cm length x 1-2 cm width, lanceolate to triangular-lanceolate in outline, almost horizontal, contiguous to imbricate, briefly petiolulate, with an acute apex, a symmetric or somewhat asymmetric base, often auriculate and overlapping the rachis, with crenate papillose margins.