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dendroid

[′den‚drȯid]
(biology)
Branched or treelike in form.
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In an attempt to develop and extend aforementioned connections between Rota-Baxter algebras, dendriform algebras and infinitesimal bialgebras the notion of a Rota-Baxter system was introduced in [4].
Keywords: matroids, combinatorial Hopf algebras (CHA), dendriform coalgebras, matroid polynomials
Dendriform ossification, however, is more commonly described in this setting (Figure 8).
Moreover, one observed dendriform lamellae clusters in the outer zone, featuring the growth of many lamellae on the lateral surface of a lamellae at the center.
Next to such actual flora, Wright's dendriform columns--euphemistically called "lily pads"--appear overwhelmingly regimented.
At the bottom is the Minerva Bath (the Romans dedicated their spa here to that fierce goddess), surprisingly curvaceous in plan (for a minimalist, high-tec architect, that is), in which swimmers can negotiate around four reinforced-concrete 'dendriform' columns.