denticulate


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denticulate

[den′tik·yə·lət]
(zoology)
Having denticles; serrate.
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to lanceolate, acuminate at apex, denticulate in upper half, 15-20 cm
pelagica, while they are long, denticulate, with a distal tooth fused to blade's tip in N.
The coeloconicum type is dominant and generally the basal edge shows two long, denticulate seta-like structures (Fig.
(14, 15, 25, 28) Similar to the denticulate ligaments which secure the spinal cord within the subarachnoid space, the myodural bridge crosses the epidural space to anchor the spinal dura during head and neck motion.
Description: Marcescent tree to 15 m tall; leaf ovoid-lanceolate, to oblong/lanceolate 0,8-5(5,8) x 0,6-1,4(1,8) cm, with narrow lamina, short and denticulate to serrate, mucronate.
They are present as follows: leg I: light brown; lighter in color than body; trochanter weakly granulate; femur and patella granulate; patella joined with femur widely; patella 1.29-1.46 longer than femur; tibia granulate, prolateral margin curved distally; tibia slightly shorter and distinctly narrower than patella; tarsus weakly granulate; most setae with one lateral and few terminal denticulations; tibia with simple and long terminal seta; retrolateral margin of tarsus with denticulate setae (except terminal and subterminal setae) and prolateral margin with simple setae; claws symmetric and without teeth; and arolium shorter than claws.
Shell somewhat globular in dorsal view, length 1.19 mm, height 0.7mm, width 0.62mm, anterior and posterior margins of shell rounded, posterior portion denticulate. Surface sculptured with deep, rounded pits.
Stem leaves 0.7-1.8 x 0.4-0.9 mm, oval-oblong blade, attenuated, cucullate dentate apex, margin entire or denticulate, involute towards the apex; little enlarged and auriculate base.
Abstract.--Most Ceratadus specimens from the Aptian/Albian of north Texas belong to a small species that is characterized by distinctive sharp dental crests, denticulate in unworn tooth plates.
Gill rakers on outer face of first arch slender, denticulate on posterior margin, rakers much shorter than filament length.