Definition of Lyrate. Meaning of Lyrate. Synonyms of Lyrate

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Definition of Lyrate

Lyrate
Lyrate Ly"rate, Lyrated Ly"ra*ted, a. [NL. lyratus. See Lyre.] 1. (Bot.) Lyre-shaped, or spatulate and oblong, with small lobes toward the base; as, a lyrate leaf. 2. (Zo["o]l.) Shaped like a lyre, as the tail of the blackcock, or that of the lyre bird.

Meaning of Lyrate from wikipedia

- lobed. lorate loratus entire leaf Having the form of a thong or strap. lyrate lyratus entire leaf Shaped like a lyre, pinnately lobed leaf with an enlarged...
- The following plants have leaves that are lyrate: Arabidopsis lyrata Berlandiera lyrata Ficus lyrata Leibnitzia lyrata Paysonia lyrata Quercus lyrata Salvia...
- fiddle-leaf fig bright green with its signature glossy finish. List of lyrate plants Alix Martichoux (13 August 2019). "No matter where I go, I can't...
- and 5–10 cm (2–4 in) broad, deeply lobed, often somewhat lyre-shaped (lyrate), dark green above, paler and often finely hairy beneath. The flowers are...
- The lyrate rocksnail, scientific name †Leptoxis lirata, was a species of freshwater snail with a gill and an operculum, an aquatic gastropod mollusk in...
- Meretrix lyrata, the lyrate Asiatic hard clam, also known simply as the hard clam (Vietnamese: Nghêu Bến Tre), is an edible sal****er clam, a marine bivalve...
- Isles. Peterborough: JNCC. K. M. G. Anderson (2011). "Arabis lyrata L. lyrate rockcress". United States Department of Agriculture. Retrieved October 5...
- (largest burrowing clam in the world) Atlantic jackknife clam: Ensis directus Lyrate Asiatic hard clam: Meretrix lyrata Ark clams, family Arcidae (most po****r...
- 84 cm (female) (around 30–35 inches) They have smaller, less spectacular lyrate feathers than the superb lyrebird, but are otherwise similar. The superb...
- left in the ground too long. Leaves are arranged in a rosette. They have a lyrate shape, meaning they are divided pinnately with an enlarged terminal lobe...
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