Definition of Glabrate. Meaning of Glabrate. Synonyms of Glabrate

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Definition of Glabrate

Glabrate
Glabrate Gla"brate, a. [L. glabrare, fr. glaber smooth.] (Bot.) Becoming smooth or glabrous from age. --Gray.

Meaning of Glabrate from wikipedia

- presence, form and appearance of trichomes. Examples include: glabrous, glabratelacking hairs or trichomes; surface smooth hirsute – co****ly hairy hispid...
- enlargement at the base. glabrescent Becoming glabrous, almost glabrous; glabrate. glabrous 1.  Lacking surface ornamentation such as hairs, scales or bristles;...
- gibbose, gibbosity, gibbous glaber glabr- smooth glabella, glabellar, glabrate, glabrescent, glabrous †glabellus glabell- glacies glaci- ice englacial...
- pliant, brown at first covered with appressed rust-brown tomentum, soon glabrate. Petioles 1-7 x 0.5-1 mm, hairy. Leaves crowded toward branchlet ends,...
- hypogeusia, parageusia glabr- hairless Latin glaber glabella, glabellar, glabrate, glabrescent, glabrous glaci- ice Latin glacies glacé, glacial, glaciation...
- finely cut into fringes, the edge of a frilly petal or leaf. FloccoseGlabrateGlabroussmooth without any pubescences at all. Glandular – Glandular-punctate...
- movements. Adults fly in mid-summer. They are large, black and somewhat glabrate flies that measure some 25 to 30 mm in length, with a wingspan that may...
- giraldiana Kük. Carex giraudiasii H.Lév. Carex glabrescens (Kük.) Ohwi – glabrate sedge, hairy forest-live sedge Carex glacialis Mack. Carex glareosa Schkuhr...
- scarlet interior, oblong shaped, thick walled and sp****ly pubescent to glabrate. Occurs in West and Central Africa in high forest or swampy forest zones...
- with the lowest pinnae usually reduced. The upper surface of fronds is glabrate, while the lower surface may be tomentose. The rachis and stipe are brown...