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digitate

, digitated
1. (of compound leaves) having the leaflets in the form of a spread hand
2. (of animals) having digits or corresponding parts
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digitate

[′dij·ə‚tāt]
(anatomy)
Having digits or digitlike processes.
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of Total Percentage Males Females Common Warts 78 28 106 53 Genital Warts 10 10 20 10 Flat(Plane) 15 7 22 11 Warts Periungual 10 1 11 5 50 Warts Plantar Warts 12 11 23 11.50 Filiform Warts 5 0 5 2.50 Palmar Warts 1 8 9 4.50 Digitate Warts 3 1 4 2 Total 134 66 200 100 Chi-square [chi square] = 25.131 p=0.000; df = 7 (p<0.01) Table 5.9.
For most vegetation types, the litter mass density of the steep gully slopes was 1.1-14.7 times greater than the control site, except for the digitate goldenbeard site, which had a litter mass density that was 34.8% lower than the control.
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).
11) with uncus broad, subhexagonal, with bifid projection posteriorly; each process digitate, sparsely setose; socii 3x longer than posterior uncal processes, slender, straight, slightly enlarged terminally, with 2 short spines apically, setose.
We present a case of a generalized non-follicular digitate keratosis that is classified as MMDH according to this algorithm.
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Reproductive structures of this species produce digitate ten-lobed seed scales, which likely functioned as helicopter-like diaspora (Cornet and McDonald, personal communication).