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lobate

, lobated
1. having or resembling lobes
2. (of birds) having separate toes that are each fringed with a weblike lobe

lobate

[′lō‚bāt]
(biology)
Having lobes.
(vertebrate zoology)
Of a fish, having the skin of the fin extend onto the bases of the fin rays.
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The invasive lobate lac scale identified as Paratachardina lobata (Chamberlin) (Hemiptera: Keriidae), native to southern India and Sri Lanka, is a severe threat to native and economic plants in southern Florida.
This clade is characterized by the modification of the lobate leaf base, probably as an expansion of the leaf as basal lateral primaries grew from the petiole at angles increasingly obtuse to the midvein.
In this paper, we report some observations on lobate lac scale that may be useful to researchers studying this pest with the ultimate objective of developing methods for management.
Scientists have studied more than 70 of these cliffs, called lobate scarps, using Apollo mission images from the 1970s.
V united, forming small cup-like disc, almost reaching anus posteriorly; anterior membrane well developed, lobate with pair of pointed posterior projections.
By the end of this time window, the margin of the Laurentide ice sheet, although highly lobate and irregular, lay across the Upper Peninsula.
1985) much of the Laurentide Ice Sheet was confined to the Great Lake basins, giving a lobate pattern to the ice margin (e.
To the south of Tell al-Hawa a lobate feature, evident in the contour lines at and beneath the Hellenistic and Islamic Site 6, may be an alluvial fan where sediments eroding from the radial valleys to the north were deposited.
6 mm long, 4- or 5-celled, acicular, ascending to strigose, light brown; basal basiscopic pinnules of medial pinnae not enlarged or overlapping the lamina rachis, crenate to lobate, the proximal ones soon becoming adnate to the pinna rachis; costules abaxially eglandular, sparsely pubescent, sparsely scaly, the hairs like those of the pinna rachises adaxially, the scales ca.
When the sediment subsequently stops, it displays characteristic surface features such as lobate deposits and paired levees along flow channels.