Definition of Catenulate. Meaning of Catenulate. Synonyms of Catenulate

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Definition of Catenulate

Catenulate
Catenulate Ca*ten"u*late, a. [L. catenuia, dim. of catena chain.] 1. Consisting of little links or chains. 2. (Zo["o]l.) Chainlike; -- said both or color marks and of indentations when arranged like the links of a chain, as on shells, etc.

Meaning of Catenulate from wikipedia

- carpophagy feeding on fruits and seeds. catenulate Markings consisting of rings connected together like a chain. catenulated antennae Antennae with ringed appearance...
- incestuous catēna catēn- chain catenary, catenate, catenation, catenative, catenulate, chain, concatenate, concatenation, enchain, enchaînement, nonconcatenative...
- structures where, when dead, they serve a protective or supportive purpose. catenulate In the shape of a chain; formed of parts or cells connected as if chained...
- whitish. Larva green or brown, marked with yellowish white, bearing catenulate stripes on the back, on segment 7 a gland to attract ants; head brown...
- sides with white lines—a short bar across the discocellulars, a discal catenulated (linked like a chain) band, the posterior two elongate spots of which...
- Hindwing: dull pale brown thickly mottled with catenulated spots and strigeo of dark rusty brown; catenulated, somewhat broken, transverse irregular bands...
- clearly defined, continued posteriorly to the dorsal margin; obscure catenulated (in the form of a chain), incomplete, transverse, white-margined narrow...
- Acaulopage trachyspora Drechsler 1959 Drechsler, Charles E. (1935). "Some non-catenulate conidial Phycomycetes preyting on terricolous amoebae". Mycologia. 27...
- specimens indicated there by two white spots; a complete transverse catenulated discal band composed of two parallel white lines, beyond which the ground...
- down to vein 1; an upper discal pair of lines that form a more or less catenulated (chain-like) short band extend from the costa to vein 3, the inner line...
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