Definition of Subcordate. Meaning of Subcordate. Synonyms of Subcordate

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Definition of Subcordate

Subcordate
Subcordate Sub*cor"date, a. Somewhat cordate; somewhat like a heart in shape.

Meaning of Subcordate from wikipedia

- slightly narrower anteriorly than posteriorly, while that of O. augusti was subcordate (almost heart-shaped) anteriorly and rounded posteriorly. The metastoma...
- dome-shaped mantle surrounded by an iridescent belt. The mantle cavity contains subcordate luminous organs. The arms are subequal with biserial suckers. All****...
- Silphium brachiatum and Silphium mohrii by its combination of cordate to subcordate leaf bases and hispid stem. It produces yellow flowers in late summer...
- is found only in India and Sri Lanka. Leaves are irregularly oblong; subcordate, rounded or oblique; apex a****inate; with irregularly serrated margin...
- specific epithet serrata. The leaves are a****inate or apiculate, rounded or subcordate at the base, and contain 8-14 pairs of veins. The leaves are rough on...
- from 10 to 12 centimetres in length and breadth. They are cordate or subcordate, and rarely basally truncate. The lobes are broadly ovate, a****inate,...
- two to four inches long, ovate-oblong, rounded, wedge-shaped, or rarely subcordate and often unequal at base, sharply and doubly serrate, acute or a****inate...
- alternate, spiral, 7-10 x 4.5–5 cm, elliptic to obovate, apex obtuse, base subcordate and asymmetric, margin serrate, glabrous; midrib canaliculate above; secondary...
- lamina elliptic, obovate, oblong, elliptic-ovate or oblong-ovate; base subcordate or round; apex a****inate; with entire margin. Flowers may be uni****ual...
- alternate and simple, with co****ly toothed (crenate/serrate) edges, and subcordate at the base. The leaf shape is roughly triangular, hence the species name...
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