Definition of Appendiculate. Meaning of Appendiculate. Synonyms of Appendiculate

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Definition of Appendiculate

Appendiculate
Appendiculate Ap`pen*dic"u*late, a. [See Appendicle.] Having small appendages; forming an appendage. Appendiculate leaf, a small appended leaf. --Withering.

Meaning of Appendiculate from wikipedia

- external growth that seldom has any obvious function, hence appendiculate. appendiculate Having the nature of or bearing appendages. appressed Pressed...
- e.g. Salvia. The connective may also bear appendages, and is called appendiculate, e.g. Nerium odorum and some other species of Apocynaceae. In Nerium...
- peach-orange, sometimes pastel red towards the disc. The cap is slightly appendiculate. The volva is distributed over the cap as thin pale yellowish to pale...
- veil adheres to the edge of the cap as shreds of tissue, forming an appendiculate margin. The cobweb-like, fragile partial veil of some mushrooms, especially...
- Nevertheless, many workers continue to be highly skeptical about the appendiculate nature of the labrum, preferring to see it as it appears, i.e. as an...
- the flower. The stamen filaments are thin and filiform, but may be appendiculate (bearing appendages) at their base, a feature that is also important...
- margin is pressed against the stem initially, and for a short time is appendiculate (has partial veil fragments hanging from the margin). The caps of mature...
- volval remnants 1 – 3 mm high and wide; the cap margin is smooth and appendiculate; and the context is white and unchanging. The gills are free to subfree...
- locked at rest. They also generally have a subglabrous body, as well as appendiculate pretarsal claws. These 119 genera belong to the tribe Eumolpini: Abiromorphus...
- expression in particular features (especially the labrum) to determine its appendiculate or other status. Because all arthropods have the same complement of...
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