reticulate


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reticulate

in the form of a network or having a network of parts

reticulate

[rə′tik·yə·lət]
(biology)
Having or resembling a network of fibers, veins, or lines.
(geology)
Referring to a vein or lode with netlike texture.
Referring to rock texture in which crystals are partly altered to a secondary material, forming a network that encloses the remnants of the original mineral. Also known as mesh texture; reticular; reticulated.
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Dermatopathia pigmentosa reticularis: A rare reticulate pigmentary disorder.
muiri Olmi 1984 (known from Indonesia) because of the following characters: segment 4 of fore tarsus longer than segment 1; posterior surface of propodeum with 2 longitudinal keels; head completely reticulate rugose; forewing without dark transverse bands; body mostly black; segment 5 of fore tarsus with basal part much shorter than distal part.
Metanotum with anterior half reticulate rugose and posterior half smooth.
Exine ornamentation is reticulate. The exine is 2.80 m thick and the ectexine is thicker than the endexine.
A diagnosis of DPR is often made clinically because all reported cases have many common features and share a classical triad of universal reticulate hyperpigmentation (Figure 5), nonscarring alopecia, and onychodystrophy.
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Binitha, v.laxmi nair: Confluent & reticulate papillomatosis 1990 volume 56 issue page 48-49.
Sides of pronotum faintly longitudinally reticulate along wide upper and anterior margins, smooth below and behind.
2nd metasomal tergite with sparse white setae laterally, reticulate in posterior 1/2-1/3, all subsequent tergites uniformly and entirely reticulate.
The ornamentation was reticulate or slightly perforate-foveolate.
HiRISE images also show that what covers the slopes of the high Martian volcanoes definitely are dunes or ripples that appear to have an organized "reticulate" structure possibly formed by winds blowing from multiple directions.
Among the topics are chloroplast genomes, reticulate evolution, crucifer evolution in the post-genomic era, the evolution of the flower, diversity in secondary metabolism, the ecological importance of species diversity, and genomic diversity in nature and domestication.