Definition of Apiculated. Meaning of Apiculated. Synonyms of Apiculated

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Definition of Apiculated

Apiculated
Apiculate A*pic"u*late, Apiculated A*pic"u*la`ted, a. [See Apicular.] (Bot.) Terminated abruptly by a small, distinct point, as a leaf.

Meaning of Apiculated from wikipedia

- tip or base Pointed, having a short sharp apex angled less than 90°. apiculate apiculatus leaf tip Tapering and ending in a short, slender point. aristate...
- truncate, or short-apiculate tip and erect stigma lobes without groves. E. americanum subsp. harperi has a distinctly apiculate capsule apex and stigma...
- The name Kloeckera is applied to its anamorph form. They are typically apiculate in shape and often found in grape musts pre-fermentation. Yeast in winemaking...
- inflorescences in the form of a cluster. The fruits are yellow, round, apiculated, with yellow pulp and each contains one seed. It is distributed in South...
- stem, or the trunk of a tree, e.g. an apical meristem or an apical bud. apiculate especially of leaves, ending in a short triangular point. apiphily A form...
- the tree owes its specific epithet serrata. The leaves are a****inate or apiculate, rounded or subcordate at the base, and contain 8-14 pairs of veins. The...
- Cotoneaster apiculatus Rehder & E.H.Wilson – cranberry cotoneaster or apiculate cotoneaster Cotoneaster applanatus Duthie ex J.H.Veitch Cotoneaster arborescens...
- Flowers bright red to orange, often with some parts yellow. Median sepal apiculate, galea 8–10 mm deep; spur slender, grading into the galea, 7–20 mm long;...
- centimetres (0.39–0.59 in) by 4–5 millimetres (0.16–0.20 in), and is both apiculate and lanceolate with the seeds being 1.8 millimetres (0.071 in) long. Pedicularis...
- 5v10.5 cm long, c. 6–20 mm broad, linear or oblong, obtuse or subacute, apiculate, pubescent on both sides, hairs appressed, silky. Petiole c. 1.2–2.5 mm...
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