Definition of Claviform. Meaning of Claviform. Synonyms of Claviform

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Definition of Claviform

Claviform
Claviform Clav"i*form, a. [L. clava club + -form.] (Bot.) Club-shaped; clavate. --Craig.

Meaning of Claviform from wikipedia

- names 2-Hydroxy-3,7-dioxabicyclo[4.3.0]nona-5,9-dien-8-one Clairformin Claviform Expansine Clavacin Clavatin Expansin Gigantin Leucopin Patuline Identifiers...
- Spain, including some of the claviform signs in the "Gran sala" of Altamira. The oldest sign found, a "large red claviform-like symbol of Techo de los...
- including lions, owls, and bison. Of particular note is a horse overlaid with claviform (club-like) symbols, and an apparently speared brown bear vomiting blood...
- 37.3 thousand years for a hand stencil, and 35.6 thousand years for a claviform-like symbol. These minimum ages reveal either that cave art was a part...
- level, these features are made of hyphae, sphaerocysts (rounded cells), claviform (club-shaped) cells. Bovista sclerocystis is the only species in the genus...
- 37.3 thousand years for a hand stencil, and 35.6 thousand years for a claviform-like symbol". Mayor, Hyatt A., Prints and People, Metropolitan Museum...
- 37.3 thousand years for a hand stencil, and 35.6 thousand years for a claviform-like symbol". Mayor, Hyatt A., Prints and People, Metropolitan Museum...
- It is a butterfly with a black body covered with orange-brown hair; claviform antennae; above the orange-colored, anterior wings edged with black integrating...
- shade; the terminal area often paler; stigmata large, irregular; the claviform with some pale and brown scales at its extremity; orbicular and reniform...
- those of certain other slugs, and in shape it may be "tubular, baggy, or claviform" (club-shaped). The mucus is watery. Most species live in mountain habitat...
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