Definition of Cultriform. Meaning of Cultriform. Synonyms of Cultriform

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Definition of Cultriform

Cultriform
Cultriform Cul"tri*form (-tr?-f?rm), a. [L. culter, cultri, knife + -form.] (Bot. & Zo["o]l.) Shaped like a pruning knife; cultrate.

Meaning of Cultriform from wikipedia

- separated pterygoid bones (also found in Temnospondyli and Nectridea) Wide cultriform process of the parasphenoid (also found in some Microsauria (Rhynchonchos)...
- botanist George Don described Acacia cultriformis in 1832, calling it the cultriform-leaved acacia. The species name relates to the knife-shaped phyllodes...
- rear skull. The parasphenoid at the front of the braincase has a long cultriform process. There is no separate ectopterygoid present. The lower jaw has...
- forming a dorsoventrally thick, mediolaterally expanded platform and its cultriform process of the parasphenoid is wider mediolaterally than the combined...
- It is based on a single autapomorphy, a broad triangular parasphenoid cultriform process that is as long as the posterior interpterygoid vacuities, and...
- enclose small interpterygoid vacuities that are present on each side of the cultriform processes of the parasphenoids. The parasphenoid and basisphenoid are...
- vacuities (a pair of holes along the midline) separated by a long and thin cultriform process (the forward branch of the base of the braincase). Apart from...
- Olsoniforms share various features such as a stout and low ilium and a thin cultriform process. Trematopids are known from the Late Carboniferous and the Early...
- in diapsids but absent in basal synapsids. The parabasisphenoid has a cultriform process, the extended process at the anterior end of the braincase, that...
- jugulare posterius with at least a medial edge absent; and the presence of a cultriform process. Below are characteristics found in Australochelys and Casichelydia...
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