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fal·ci·form

(fal'si-fōrm),
Having a crescentic or sickle shape.
Synonym(s): falcate
[L. falx, sickle, + forma, form]

falcate

/fal·cate/ (fal´kāt) falciform.

falcate

(făl′kāt′) also

falcated

(-kā′tĭd)
adj.
Curved and tapering to a point; sickle-shaped.

fal·ci·form

(fal'si-fōrm)
Having a crescentic or sickle shape.
Synonym(s): falcate.
[L. falx, sickle, + forma, form]

falcate

sickle-shaped.
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Among the species studied (Pinus taeda [loblolly pine], Quercus falcata [southern red oak], Quercus nigra [water oak], and Liquidambar styraciflua [sweetgum]), loblolly pine maintained higher and more stable MCs than the hardwood species, which suggested that the role of bark in the stability of a log's MC differs according to species.
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