Definition of Sinuate. Meaning of Sinuate. Synonyms of Sinuate

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Definition of Sinuate

Sinuate
Sinuate Sin"u*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Sinuated; p. pr. & vb. n. Sinuating.] To bend or curve in and out; to wind; to turn; to be sinusous. --Woodward.

Meaning of Sinuate from wikipedia

- asymmetrical teeth pointing forward Serrulate Serrulata Finely serrate Sinuate Sinuosa With deep, wave-like indentations; co****ly crenate Lobate Lobata...
- attachment to the stem: Adnate Adnexed Decurrent Emarginate Free Seceding Sinuate Subdecurrent See Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for January 2008 for a...
- in the upper regions of the stipe. Gills: The lamellae are ascending, sinuate to adnate, brown, often stained into black where injured, close, with two...
- sometimes slowly. The gills are close to crowded, narrow with adnate to sinuate to uncinate attachment. They are light brown at first, becoming rusty cinnamon...
- or margin, is rolled inward in young specimens. The crowded gills are sinuate and white to cream in colour initially, brownish-cream or pinkish brown...
- to Ecuador (Morona-Santiago Province). The species name refers to the sinuate forewing costa. Tortricidae.com Razowski & Wojtusiak (June 30, 2006). "Tortricidae...
- Agrilus sinuatus, known generally as the sinuate peartree borer or hawthorn jewel beetle, is a species of metallic wood-boring beetle in the family Buprestidae...
- closely together, attached to the stem (adnate), and usually notched (sinuate). The spore print is cinnamon or rusty brown. The spores are elliptic,...
- often has a great variation in color and form. The gills are adnate to sinuate and close to subclose. They are whitish, yellowish grey when young, becoming...
- caramel brown when moist, but dry to yellowish-buff. Gills have an adnate to sinuate attachment to the stipe, and are initially cream to pale gray brown, but...
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