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Definition of Doubly serrate

Doubly serrate
Serrate Ser"rate, Serrated Ser"ra*ted, a. [L. serratus, fr. serra a saw; perhaps akin to secare to cut, E. saw a cutting instrument. Cf. Sierra.] 1. Notched on the edge, like a saw. 2. (Bot.) Beset with teeth pointing forwards or upwards; as, serrate leaves. Doubly serrate, having small serratures upon the large ones, as the leaves of the elm. Serrate-ciliate, having fine hairs, like the eyelashes, on the serratures; -- said of a leaf. Serrate-dentate, having the serratures toothed.

Meaning of Doubly serrate from wikipedia

- "caudate", "cuspidate", and "mucronate", or to "crenate", "dentate", and "serrate". Another problem is to establish definitions that meet all cases or satisfy...
- slender and often pendulous and the leaves are roughly triangular with doubly serrate margins and turn yellow in autumn before they fall. The flowers are...
- Denticulate Denticulata Finely toothed Doubly serrate Duplicato-dentata Each tooth bearing smaller teeth Serrate Serrata Saw-toothed; with asymmetrical...
- temperate and boreal climates. The simple leaves are alternate, singly or doubly serrate, feather-veined, petiolate and sti****te. They often appear in pairs...
- rounded at the base and tapering to an acutely pointed tip. The leaves have a doubly serrated margin with relatively sharp teeth. Each leaf has a petiole about...
- linden Obliquely oval: elm Obliquely ovate: hackberry Oval or ovate, doubly serrate: birch (see Betula classification), American hornbeam Repand with spiny...
- 5–13 cm long and 2.5–6.5 cm broad, with a short petiole and a serrate or doubly serrate margin. At the end of autumn, the green leaves turn yellow, red...
- Corylus colurna. Leaves are alternate, simple, broadly ovate to obovate, doubly serrate, glabrous above, and pubescent veins below. Corylus colurnas buds are...
- Elm leaves are alternate, with simple, single- or, most commonly, doubly serrate margins, usually asymmetric at the base and a****inate at the apex. The...
- wedge-shaped, or rarely subcordate and often unequal at base, sharply and doubly serrate, acute or a****inate. They come out of the bud pale bronze green and...