sulcate


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sulcate

[′səl‚kāt]
(zoology)
Having furrows or grooves on the surface.
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Carina brown and sulcate. Oral setae prominent, the second slightly smaller than the previous one.
Moreover, the F16 strain morphology characteristics were noticed on PDA at 25degC after 7 days which were: colony diameters 13-16 mm, center low, deep, radially sulcate, dense, floccose, margin narrow, entire; mycelium white, exudate absent (Fig.
Diagnosis: this species is recognized by the following set of features: body darkbrown, elytra metallic green, slender, head and prothorax dorsally with transversal striae, rostrum longer, strongly sulcate dorsally from metarrostrum to prorostrum, antennae long, third antennal segment longer than other antennal segments; prothorax laterally with irregular outline, elytra with regular punctures, elytral suture blackish.
This new genus is like Shirahoshizo Morimoto 1962 as regards its single femoral tooth, femora sulcate beneath, the sulci bare and the absence of the lamination in the inner carina of tibial apex (Morimoto 1962).
Telson sulcate on dorsal midline, with four pairs of dorsolateral spines and two pairs of distal spines (modified from Cardoso & Young, 2005).
Xyridoideae (Xyris) were circumscribed with unifacial leaves; ellipsoid, sulcate pollen; orthotropous ovules; and ellipsoid seeds (Dahlgren et al., 1985; Kral, 1998).
Legs: Cylindrical, unarmed, with or without hispid tubercles; metacoxae widely separated, space between them about one-half the distance of coxae; coxae placed near lateral margin of pleurae; tibiae obsoletely sulcate; tarsi with basal segment subequal to second and third segments taken together.
6 1 1 Ovalipollis group Ovalipollis pseudoalatus 1 1 (Krutzsch 1955) Schuurman 1976 Sulcate pollen Cycadopites sp.
Costae are quite prominent, adaxially sulcate, rather curved abaxially, moderately scaly, and densely pilose.
In Merriam's (1918) terms, the frontal shield is moderately sulcate and the frontal-nasal region is slightly dished, exactly matching the Okak specimen in the form of the frontal-nasal region.
Leaves pectinate, adaxially sulcate, with some branched trichomes; sepals 1.8-2.5 mm long; petals 2.5-3.5 mm long M.