Definition of Cucullate. Meaning of Cucullate. Synonyms of Cucullate
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Definition of Cucullate
CucullateCucullate 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.
(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
- crusade, cruzeiro, discruciate, excruciate cucullus
cucull- hood cowl, cucullate cuculus
cucul- cuckoo cuculiform cucurbita
- and sometimes fungi
Hood-like or hooded, commonly referring
to the shape
- 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
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
- than currently recognized
New World centrotine
tribes. Kaikaia lacks cucullate setae
of the mesothoracic
in the Boocerini
- curved, bilaterally symmetric
1.5 mm. As for the calyptra, it is cucullate
2.5 mm. The spores
3-22 µm. Since
it is a...
- Lecontea which includes
and D. radfordiana
that have cucullate
-lobed corolla species
stamens. Subsequent studies
- typically ranging
from 2.5 to 7.5 mm (0.1 to 0.3 in). Initially convex
(hood-shaped), it flattens during
maturity, developing visible
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