Definition of Crateriform. Meaning of Crateriform. Synonyms of Crateriform

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Definition of Crateriform

Crateriform
Crateriform Cra*ter"i*form (kr?-t?r"?-f?rm), a. [L. cratera + -form.] (Bot.) Having the form of a shallow bowl; -- said of a corolla.

Meaning of Crateriform from wikipedia

- expedition to Mauritania led by Théodore Monod in 1952 recorded four "crateriform or circular irregularities" (accidents cratériformes ou circulaires)...
- both large and small crateriform structures. Large crateriform structures often cover the cell surface, while small crateriform structures are often only...
- rounded heads at the ends of long peduncles. The inflorescences have crateriform to hemispheric shaped involucres which are 12–40 mm wide. The phyllaries...
- have also been observed. Radar and C****ini imaging have also revealed "crateriforms", circular features on the surface of Titan that may be impact related...
- an autosomal dominant condition, characterized by oval or polygonal crateriform pa****s developing along the border of the hands, feet, and wrists.: 509 ...
- which the secondary veins terminate at the margins, often as teeth. crateriform In the shape of a saucer or shallow cup; hemispherical or more shallow...
- described as bell-shaped (funneliform, trumpet), bowl-shaped (cu****r, crateriform, cup-shaped) or disc-shaped with margins that are often frilled, and...
- Romania has short glandular hairs on petioles and pedicels and narrowly crateriform corolla. 5. S. angusta, S. calabrella, S. chrysosticta including S. cyanaster...
- curettage or surgical excision. In 1889, Sir Jonathan Hutchinson described a crateriform ulcer on the face”. In 1936, the same condition was renamed "mollus****...
- an autosomal dominant condition, characterized by oval or polygonal crateriform pa****s developing along the border of the hands, feet, and wrists.: 509 ...