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Definition of Aristate

Aristate
Aristate A*ris"tate, a. [L. aristatus, fr. arista. See Arista.] 1. (Bot.) Having a pointed, beardlike process, as the glumes of wheat; awned. --Gray. 2. (Zo["o]l.) Having a slender, sharp, or spinelike tip.

Meaning of Aristate from wikipedia

- Aristate means having a spiny or bristly tip and may refer to: An antenna shape Aristate (botany), a leaf shape This disambiguation page lists articles...
- apiculate apiculatus leaf tip Tapering and ending in a short, slender point. aristate aristatus leaf tip Ending in a stiff, bristle-like point. attenuate attenuatus...
- known with trade name 'black adulsa' in India. The shape of the leaf is aristate. The margin of the leaf is undulate. The venation of the leaf is reticulate...
- bristles are arranged on the ocellar tubercle. The antennae are of the aristate type, composed typically of five segments but sometimes from three to four...
- Types of insect antennae Aristate Capitate Clavate Filiform Flabellate Geniculate Setaceous Lamellate Moniliform Pectinate Plumose Serrate Stylate...
- ovoid, 4–10 cm long and 1.8–4.5 cm broad, with a serrated margin with aristate tips to the serrations. The lowest teeth of a leaf feature two glands....
- involved in forensic case studies. The antennae are three-segmented and aristate; vein Rs is two-branched, a frontal suture is present, and the calypters...
- postscutellum bulging beneath the scutellum (a segment of the mesonotum). They are aristate flies, and the arista usually is bare, though sometimes plumose. The calypters...
- lower glumes of the spikelets of S. australis are relatively longer and aristate compared to the shorter, cuspidate lower spikelet glumes of S. cuspidatus...
- leaf processes. Phylloclades also occur in Bryophyllum and Kalanchoe. Aristate leaves end in a stiff point that may continue the primary leaf vein; this...