Definition of Papillate. Meaning of Papillate. Synonyms of Papillate

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Definition of Papillate

Papillate
Papillate Pap"il*late, v. t. & i. To cover with papill[ae]; to take the form of a papilla, or of papill[ae].
Papillate
Papillate Pap"il*late, a. Same as Papillose.

Meaning of Papillate from wikipedia

- an article on papillate, but our sister project Wiktionary does: Read the Wiktionary entry on papillate You can also: Search for Papillate in Wikipedia...
- The Papillate catfish (Neoarius velutinus) is a species of catfish in the family Ariidae. It was described by Max Carl Wilhelm Weber in 1907, originally...
- The Papillate sea catfish (Cathorops kailolae), also known as the Kailola's sea catfish, is a species of sea catfish in the family Ariidae. It was described...
- shallow waters in the western Pacific. It is characterised by a pattern of "papillate fringes" around the edge of the suckers near the arm tip. Its length is...
- (somewhat resembling the shape of a human areola), it is called mammilate or papillate. Stuntz DE, Largent DL, Thiers HD, Johnson DJ, Watling R (1978). How to...
- Each flagellum originates from a basal granule in the anterior papillate or non-papillate region of the cytoplasm. Each flagellum shows a typical 9+2 arrangement...
- orchids these have pheromone qualities. Osmop****s have thick domed or papillate epidermis and dense cytoplasm. Platanthera bifolia produces a nocturnal...
- especially for their particular diet. The end of the tongue is equipped with a papillate appendage adapted to gathering pollen and nectar from flowers. Nectar...
- skin Waving arms Bottom suction White mantle bar Anterior mantle bar Papillate skin Spla**** arms Buried White lateral stripe Posterior mantle bar Wrinkled...
- a surface that is scabrous (rough) or papillate (bearing minute, nipple-shaped protuberances). These papillate forms have become especially po****r in...
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