serrulate


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serrulate

[′ser·ə·lət]
(biology)
Finely serrate.
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However, the new species is easily distinguished by having primarily serrate to serrulate [vs.
Type 2 is serrulate, slender, and has 18-25 sensory cells; it also has a terminal pore from which sensory cilia protrude into the external environment.
5-4 cm long, green, occasionally suffused with purple, or completely maroon, densely pubescent; proximal and distal blades of approximately the same shape and size, ovate to elliptic, (4-) 6-11 x (2-) 3-4 (-5) cm, fleshy, the base often slightly asymmetric, cuneate to decurrent, the apex acute, occasionally shortly acuminate, the margins subentire to slightly serrulate, with 15-30 teeth on each side, teeth of two-size classes, each tooth with a distal callosity, the adaxial surface bright green, pubescent, the abaxial surface pale green suffused with purple, densely pubescent, the venation semicraspedodromous, with eight to ten pairs of secondary veins, irregularly spaced, excurrent to mid-vein, higher order veins reticulated, submarginal vein absent.
settio Halochloa (Kiitzing) Main axis either Yoshida upright and short; primary axis bicuspid to tricuspid; secondary axis always shorter than primary axis; basal leaves retroflex; receptacles flattened or triqueterous with smooth or serrulate margins.
LEAF DESCRIPTION: PALMATELY COMPOUND, 8" to 12" wide, leaflets 4" long and 2" wide, leaflets elliptic with serrulate margins, leaves arranged in WHORLED pattern and arising from the crown.
Perigynium beak, margins: densely serrulate (0), sparsely serrulate (1), entire (2) 10.
stictospora are both prostrate, annual species, but they are decidedly more robust, have serrulate or serrate leaf margins, and have conspicuous pubescence on the stems, leaves, ovaries, and capsules.
Leaves opposite; petiolate; blades elliptic to lanceolate, pinnately veined, margin entire to serrulate, glabrous.
LEAF DESCRIPTION: SIMPLE, 1" to 1 1/4" long and half as wide, elliptic or oval shape, crenate to serrulate margins, ALTERNATE arrangement.
Lamiaceae) known in Honduras as "poleo", is an scandent shrub to 2 m tall, squared stems, leaves opposite, simple, ovate-lanceolate, acute-acuminate, weakly serrulate, 2-6 cm long and white inflorescences.
Thus, any hydrodynamic receptors on the snapper claw (long serrulate setae; see Introduction) do not play an essential role in the alignment of the shrimp.