Definition of Cultrate. Meaning of Cultrate. Synonyms of Cultrate

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Definition of Cultrate

Cultrate
Cultrate Cul"trate (k?l"tr?t), Cultrated Cul"tra*ted (-tr?-t?d), a. [L. cultratus knife-shaped, fromculter, cultri, knife.] (Bot. & Zo["o]l.) Sharp-edged and pointed; shaped like a pruning knife, as the beak of certain birds.

Meaning of Cultrate from wikipedia

- generally the smallest; "cultrate", flat but shaped like knife blades; and "siculate", which are about the same size as the cultrates but are spine-shaped...
- so the animal was bilaterally symmetrical; as in Halkieria, palmate, cultrate and siculate sclerite morphologies exist. The chambers are the same diameter...
- have a sour/acrid smell when freshly cut. The woods are typically from D. cultrate, D. fusca, D. latifolia, D. louvelii, D. melanoxylon, D. nigra, D. spruceana...
- so the animal was bilaterally symmetrical; as in Halkieria, palmate, cultrate and siculate sclerite morphologies exist. Vinther, J. (2009). "The Canal...
- palmate and cultrate than siculate sclerites. On the other hand, siculate sclerites of A. superstes are more abundant than either cultrate or palmate sclerites;...
- Each pinnule is 2 to 7 (rarely 9) mm long and 0.5–1 mm wide and linear or cultrate in shape. The yellow flowers appear from November to February, occasionally...
- Top view Front / back view   = Palmate sclerites –           dorsal   = Cultrate sclerites –           lateral   = Siculate sclerites –           ventro-lateral...
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