Definition of Trivalve. Meaning of Trivalve. Synonyms of Trivalve

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Definition of Trivalve

Trivalve
Trivalve Tri"valve, n. [Pref. tri- + valve.] Anything having three valves, especially a shell.

Meaning of Trivalve from wikipedia

- Trivalve (foaled 1924) was an Australian race horse that won the 1927 Melbourne Cup. In 1927 Trivalve was successful in the AJC Derby, Victoria Derby...
- divided into three. bivalve Having two valves or hinged parts. Contrast trivalve. blade The lamina or flattened part of a leaf, excluding the stalk or petiole...
- Retrieved 7 December 2012. – In January of last year the Melbourne Cup won by Trivalve in 1927 was stolen from a gl**** case on the first-floor lounge of the Athenaeum...
- Statesman 4 h James L. Munro William Kelso William Kelso 3:23.25 17 1927 Trivalve 3 c Bobbie Lewis James Scobie E. E. D. Clarke 3:24.00 26 1926 Spearfelt...
- Zootrophion oblongifolium (Rolfe) Luer Zootrophion serpentinum Luer Zootrophion trivalve (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer Zootrophion vasquezii Luer Zootrophion vulturiceps...
-  divaricatum Binomial name Leptospermum divaricatum Schauer Occurrence data from AVH Synonyms Leptospermum trivalve Cheel Leptospermum trivalvum Cheel orth. var....
- locules. The style is filiform, and the stigma trifid. The fruit forms a trivalve capsule containing seeds which are dry, flattened, obliquely winged or...
- or trilocular, but in rare cases may be unilocular, and it is bi- or trivalved. The locules may contain one or two seeds, or no seed at all. The seeds...
- public collections in the UK including the Victoria and Albert Museum (Dark Trivalve, 2008) and the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (Calliope, 2013, purchased...
- Johnnie Jason 1930 - Balloon King 1929 - Phar Lap 1928 - Strephon 1927 - Trivalve 1926 - Rampion 1925 - Manfred 1924 - Spearfelt 1923 - Frances Tressady...