marginate


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marginate

[′mär·jə‚nāt]
(botany)
Having a distinct margin or border.
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Pronotum in dorsal view gradually widening backward, with hind margin marginate; lateral postocular band dark brown, very well defined, extending to epimeron 2 and 3; ventral half of male pronotal lobe white with a dark mark, the white color extends to epimeron 2 (Figs 1, 10).
a) Marginate seeds in East Asia are very similar or identical to the archaeological specimens excavated by J.
In order of abundance the seven species of turtles currently inhabiting the lake are painted turtle (Chrysemys picta marginate), snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina), red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans), spiny soft shell turtle (Trionyx spiniferus), map turtle (Grapteinys geographica), Blanding turtle (Emydoidea blandingii), and stinkpot turtle (Sternotherus odoratus).
Porokeratoses are characterized by marginate scaling lesions, histologically showing a column of parakeratotic keratinocytes.2 It appears at childhood and boys are more affected.
4a) (w = 650 [micro]m; h = 190 [micro]m) slightly marginate, with around 28 setae (1= 20-30 [micro]m) and 38 placoid (w = 20 [micro]m) and 10-12 cupuliform (15 x 20 [micro]m) sensilla, the latter located on the apical margin.