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crenulate

[′kren·əl‚āt]
(biology)
Having a minutely crenate margin.
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All thoracic notopodia with crenulated capillary chaetae, fewer in number than in neuropodia (Fig.
Caption: Figure 1: Coronal plane pelvic MRI showed an irregular mass with crenulated margins occupying the urethra and vagina.
Graphite is highly concentrated in well-developed horizontal crenulation cleavages which is later crenulated by young differential cleavage.
Features interpreted to be microstylolites are locally present sub-parallel to [S.sub.0], but could also be crenulated graphite layers.
The window balustrades, the crenulated stones (both found below building phase II!), and the "Proto-lonic" capitals, as well as the gardens would show Assyrian influence.
Culture Time (days) Stage Figure 4 0 Pediveliger larva with eyespot A Planktonic stage with start of settling stage Rudimentary extensible foot Active velum 2 Metamorphosis Foot in development Loss of velum cilia 7 Post larva B Benthic stage Functional foot Without velum Secretion of dissoconch 9 First ornaments (thorn shape) C in prodissoconch Formation of growth lines 15 Formation of ribs in shell margin D 19 Increase in number of ribs E Crenulated shell border 27 Juvenile F Ribs formed (n = 26), separated by deep interspaces Elevated convex growth under the umbo in the shell center Ornaments form a dark-brown tone in the periostracum 37 Square shell with central elevation, G morphological characteristics of an adult of the species Time 0, culture start.
Milling was an extraction of the smallest core structure visible, which was defined as a small, crenulated otolith-core outline.
Rare black and crenulated kernels from 1mm to 3mm maximum dimension, incorporated within several crenulations of the schistose micas are petrographically identified as being "carbonaceous", being composed of compact ultrafine graphite, individual flake size
Loopy kelps, fringed anemones, crenulated sea slugs, and curlicued corals have all been modelled with these methods.
As we gazed across the courtyard, admiring the minaret with its unusual exterior spiral staircase, I spotted two figures climbing upward, above the crenulated walls.