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car·i·nate

(kar'i-nāt),
Shaped like a keel; relating to or resembling a carina.

carinate

/car·i·nate/ (kar´ĭ-nāt) keel-shaped; having a keellike process.

carinate

(kăr′ə-nāt′, -nĭt) also

carinated

(-nā′tĭd)
adj.
Shaped like or having a carina or keel; ridged.

car·i·nate

(kar'i-nāt)
Shaped like a ship's keel; relating to or resembling a carina.

carinate

keeled; See CARINA.

carinate

said of birds, having a carina or keeled sternum.
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40, 41); (2) pectines extending up to or beyond distal ends of coxa IV (females) or trochanter IV (males); higher pectine tooth counts: males 49-59 (n = 34 combs), females 32-43 (n = 26 combs); (3) more moderately developed carination and finer granulation on the carapace and tergites; central lateral carinae of carapace weaker, may be partially broken, and often not fully fused and continuous with posterior median carinae; conjunction of central lateral and posterior median carinae forming a strongly curved lyre configuration (Fig.
The carination of segments IV-V appears the most useful for the identification of Colombian species.
The whorl belongs to Crewe's Type IIIc4 (truncated biconical with a curved carination, one end flat, the other rounded) (Crewe 1998: 22, figure 4.
The combined evidence from radiographic and macroscopic observations suggests that the lower bodies of the cooking pots were made by a hand-building technique such as moulding, whilst the upper parts of the vessels were formed on a wheel from a coil of clay added above the carination.