tuberculate


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tuberculate

[tə′bər·kyə·lət]
(biology)
Having or characterized by knoblike processes.
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Diagnosis.--Body with integument slightly or strongly tuberculate and granulated; antenna longer than head and pronotum together; head conical, irons incurved; fastigium of vertex elongate-angular and sloping forwards; frontal ridge weak, strongly constricted below lateral ocelli; eyes convex; ocelli small.
This species is characterized by being smooth to tuberculate, grayish white basidiocarp, clavate, constricted to moniliform cystidia, and subcylindrical to cylindrical basidiospores.
Architects and engineers like bringing it inside the building and they like it because it's light, it's clean, installation doesn't involve open flames, it doesn't have volatility in pricing, and it's a sealed system that doesn't tuberculate," Chip McElroy said.
Identification and mapping of molecular markers linked to the tuberculate fruit gene in the cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.).
PVC and high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe resist typical aging effects because they do not rust, rot, corrode, tuberculate, or support biological growth, and they resist the adherence of scale and deposits.
The shapes include supplemental tuberculate conical compound odontoma complex odontoma.
Rudimentary or dysmorphic are the terms used to describe teeth of abnormal shape and smaller size, including conical, tuberculate, and molariform teeth [6,10].
Supernumerary teeth of normal shape and size (eumorphic) are termed 'supplemental', or 'incisiform', whereas teeth of abnormal shape and size (dysmorphic), are termed 'rudimentary' and include 'conical', 'tuberculate' and 'molariform' teeth (3).
Supernumerary teeth of normal shape and size (eumorphic) are termed 'supplemental', or 'incisiform', whereas teeth of abnormal shape and smaller size (dysmorphic) are termed 'rudimentary' and include 'conical', 'tuberculate' and 'molariform' teeth(Primosch RE, 1981).
1st: Tuberculate mesiodens, superimposed on the unerupted central incisor which rarely erupts and are frequently associated with the delayed eruption of the incisors.9 2nd: Conical inverted mesiodens, which had a significantly higher rate of eruption, compared to the tuberculate type.