cuneate


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cuneate

[′kyü·nē‚āt]
(biology)
Wedge-shaped with the acute angle near the base, as in certain insect wings and the leaves of various plants.
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5 mm long, located on the rachis between the proximal pair with leaflets; rachis 5-28 mm long; interfoliolar segments 4-11 mm long; leaflets discolorous, 3-5 pairs, chartaceous, adaxial surface sparsely pilose, abaxial surface rufous-setose, widely obovate, 9-35 X 4-21 mm, apex rounded to widely obtuse, mucronate, base cuneate, venation penninervous.
Tepal whorls sharply dissimilar: outer tepals oblong, 36-40 mm long, panduriform, concave at the base for 13-16 mm, yellow or cream veined, reflexes distally; outer tepal blades yellow or whitish-cream, 28-32 x 15-18 mm, provides of a pale-brown or purplish-brown central stripe in the proximal half, erect in proximal third, then revolute; outer tepal claws white-cream or light-yellow, translucent, without stains, with the central stripe of the blades becoming erased distally, broadly cuneate, 7.
Lamina of larger leaves 16-26 cm long, 11-16 cm wide, broadly elliptical, broadly cuneate at base, rounded and apiculate or shallowly retuse at apex, adaxially glabrate at maturity except persistently loosely sericeous on midrib, abaxially densely and persistently appressed-tomentose with the hairs sessile or short-stalked and the crosspiece ca.
We found that compared to matched controls, depressed adolescents in the resting state had lower ALFF in the bilateral cuneate lobe, left occipital lobe, and left medial frontal lobe, and higher ALFF in the posterior cingulate, left inferior temporal gyrus, right superior temporal gyrus, right insula, right parietal lobe, and the right gyri fusiformis.
Effects of feeding frequency and ration level on growth, feed utilization and nitrogen waste output of cuneate drum (Nibea miichthioides) reared in net pens.
Effect of replacing fish meal with soybean meal on growth, feed utilization and carcass composition of cuneate drum (Nibea miichthioides).
Effects of two benzodiazepines, phenobarbitone and baclofen on synaptic transmission in the cat cuneate nucleus.
axes possibly twisted, alternately and spirally arranged; broadly spatulate leaves with cuneate or rounded unequal base, cryptostomata thin, numerous, dispersed, rarely aligned, and serrate to dentate margins; vesicles supported by a short pedicel, spherical to obovoid, smooth, with an ear-like or simple spine-like mutro; receptacles bearing spine-like protuberances, mostly unisexual and showing a male/female dimorphism.
6-3 cm long; leaflets 5-9 opposite or irregularly arranged, cuneate obovate to narrowly oblanceolate, 0.
Effects of dietary protein and energy level on growth, feed utilization and body composition of cuneate drum (Nibea miichthioides).
Petioles 4-5 mm long, sparsely setose, upper leaves subsessile; lamina elongate, 40-110 mm long, 10-15 mm wide, base cuneate to rounded, margin entire to shallowly lobulate with 4-7 lobules on each side, each 2-5 mm long and 5-10 mm wide, coarsely serrate; abaxial surface covered with few pale setae 1-1,5 mm long and very densely covered with glochidiate trichomes 0,25-0,5 mm long, adaxial surface covered with reddish brown setae 2-2,5 mm long, scabrid trichomes 0,5-0,75 mm long and shorter glochidiate trichomes.