Definition of Muricate. Meaning of Muricate. Synonyms of Muricate

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Definition of Muricate

Muricate
Muricate Mu"ri*cate, Muricated Mu"ri*ca`ted, a. [L. muricatus, fr. murex a pointed rock or stone.] Formed with sharp points; full of sharp points or of pickles; covered, or roughened, as a surface, with sharp points or excrescences.

Meaning of Muricate from wikipedia

- Conus muriculatus, common name the muricate cone, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Conidae, the cone snails and their...
- Clavatula muricata, common name the muricate turrid, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Clavatulidae. The size of an adult...
- Aloe albiflora is a species of aloe indigenous to Madagascar with narrow, muricate leaves and widely campanulate, snow-white flowers that are 10mm long and...
- mondial, mondo, mundane, mundanity, ultramundane mūrex mūric- murex, muricate, muriculate muria muri- brine muriate, muriatic murmur murmur- murmur,...
- as with many species of the family Moraceae. Compare aggregate fruit. muricate Covered with short hard protuberances. mutation In times before the nature...
- veins, flat to slightly involute clustered corymb glabrous or slightly muricate absent glabrous white C. elsiae narrowly linear to falcate, 1​1⁄2–2 mm...
- pedicels about 4.5 cm long. Sepals with smooth ribs quite unlike the muricate (warty) ribs of the similar E. cordifolius. Achenes probably with 3 facial...
- sepals imbricate, connate at base; ovary of [1–2]3 carpels, surface often muricate, pubescent or papillose; ovules solitary in each cell, anatropes; styles...
- turns. These ribs extend prominently to the summit which they render muricated. The intercostal spaces are as wide as the ribs, deeply impressed, and...
- rather thin s**** is ovate and ventricose. The conical spire is slightly muricated (= covered with short, sharp points). The four whorls near the edge are...
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