Definition of Cucullate. Meaning of Cucullate. Synonyms of Cucullate

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Definition of Cucullate

Cucullate
Cucullate Cu"cul*late (k?"k?l-l?t or k?-k?l"l?t), Cucullated Cu"cul*la`ted (-l?`t?d or -l?-t?d), a. [LL. cullatus, fr. L. cucullus a cap, hood. See Cowl a hood.] 1. Hooded; cowled; covered, as with a hood. --Sir T. Browne. 2. (Bot.) Having the edges toward the base rolled inward, as the leaf of the commonest American blue violet. 3. (Zo["o]l.) (a) Having the prothorax elevated so as to form a sort of hood, receiving the head, as in certain insects. (b) Having a hoodlike crest on the head, as certain birds, mammals, and reptiles.

Meaning of Cucullate from wikipedia

- ridge conduplicate folded upwards, with the surfaces close to parallel cucullate forming a hood, margins and tip curved downward involute rolled upwards...
- crusade, cruzeiro, discruciate, excruciate cucullus cucull- hood cowl, cucullate cuculus cucul- cuckoo cuculiform cucurbita cucurbit- gourd cucurbit, Cucurbita...
- and sometimes fungi (including lichenized fungi). Compare phanerogam. cucullate Hood-like or hooded, commonly referring to the shape of leaves or petals...
- bases. The lower of the three is the keel petal, which is "boat-shaped, cucullate [hood-like], or helmet-shaped". The keel petal may have a beak or a fringe...
- with generally larger flowers, and occasionally, with "great horizontal cucullate spathes." According to Kew, this variety is a synonym for the species...
- of the cleistocarpous (Fife and Dalton, 2005). The calyptra is smooth, cucullate, and soon deciduous, releasing large, smooth spores Acknowledgement: Table...
- than currently recognized New World centrotine tribes. Kaikaia lacks cucullate setae of the mesothoracic femora, which are present in the Boocerini and...
- curved, bilaterally symmetric and about 1.5 mm. As for the calyptra, it is cucullate, smooth and about 2.5 mm. The spores are about 3-22 µm. Since it is a...
- Lecontea which includes D. odoratissima and D. radfordiana that have cucullate-lobed corolla species with inserted stamens. Subsequent studies by plant...
- typically ranging from 2.5 to 7.5 mm (0.1 to 0.3 in). Initially convex to cucullate (hood-shaped), it flattens during maturity, developing visible surface...
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