Definition of Lorate. Meaning of Lorate. Synonyms of Lorate

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Definition of Lorate

Lorate
Lorate Lo"rate, a. [L. loratus, fr. lorum thong.] (Bot.) Having the form of a thong or strap; ligulate.

Meaning of Lorate from wikipedia

- leaf Being divided by clefts, may be pinnately lobed or palmately lobed. lorate loratus entire leaf Having the form of a thong or strap. lyrate lyratus...
- of which is bright green, 30–60 cm long by 2.5–3 cm wide, strap-shaped (lorate) and tapers at the end to an acute apex. The leaves are not fully developed...
- Bulbous perennial herbaceous plants, terrestrial in habitat. Leaves linear or lorate, annual, sometimes hysteranthous. The term was originally used by the Müller-Doblies'...
- Father René Laurentin (French pronunciation: ​[ʁəne loʁɑ̃tɛ̃]; October 19, 1917 – September 10, 2017) was a French theologian. He is widely recognized...
- polyphyletic with two distinct types based on leaf shape (lorate-leafed and petiolate-leafed). The lorate-leafed species of the type genus of Stenomesseae, Stemomesson...
- is of very compact growth, forming graceful tufts of distichous linear-lorate foliage. The spike is erect, about 9 to 12 inches high, the flowers very...
- characteristic metamorphosis, the seedling starting from paired, small, lorate leaves growing more or less erect among competing low vegetation. From the...
- the oldest published name for the remaining lorate Stenomesson species, which is Clinanthus, the lorate subclade was designated tribe Clinantheae, and...
- scales which are externally brown villous to subglabrous. Sti****s are lorate-lanceolate in form and abaxially pubescent, with glandular serrate margins...
- phyllaries from c. 1 mm. long and ovate, the inner to c. 5 mm. long becoming lorate-lanceolate, narrowly obtuse or blunt at the apex; the outermost 5–8 series...
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