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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0 mm wide), dark green to bright green; megaspore ornamentation moderately to evenly reticulate with few or no standalone short muri or tubercles, usually with equatorial band absent or a plain band with few spines.
25x as wide as mesosoma; occiput and hind part of vertex transversely reticulate-coriaceous, rest of vertex and frons weakly reticulate with rather large meshes (at most slightly transverse); hyperoccipital carina weak.
and fourth vein categories random reticulate and regular polygonal
Despite the current popularity of reticulate models, many favour phylogenetic models to explain in part the development of human variation from a base-line of shared ancestry (e.
T2-T5 smooth, each with a narrow transverse stripe of reticulate microsculpture at hind margin, T6 with such sculpture all over.
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.
1' Head with OPL much shorter or much longer than TL 2 2 Head with OPL much shorter than TL; dorsal surface of the propodeum reticulate rugose, without parallel longitudinal keels lini Olmi 2' Head with OPL much longer than TL; dorsal surface of the propodeum sculptured by numerous parallel longitudinal keels lianus Xu, Olmi & He
Longisections of tracheids show a reticulate pattern in some pit membranes (Fig.
This aquatic species is endemic to Araucanla and is the only southern Andean species with strongly and densely reticulate megaspores.
Typically, firms reticulate hot and cold water or steam via closed mains systems to commercial or residential buildings.
The design features five digital illustrations by Steve Buchanan of two amphibians and three reptiles: the blue-spotted salamander, the ornate chorus frog, the reticulate collared lizard, the ornate box turtle and the scarlet kingsnake.
Once it is activated, anyone looking at a display from the side sees a reticulate pattern -- not the clear image enjoyed by the user.