crenulated


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crenulated

adjective Referring to an undulating, scalloped or serrated outer edge of a histopathological structure.
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Uranium mineralization is predominantly hosted within and spatially related to a grey-red-brown, crenulated garnetiferous biotite schist unit with uranium mineralization occurring in the form of uraninite.
The gripping surfaces of the rami are crenulated, with crenulation peaks on the two rami arranged in an alternating pattern.
Egg masses of the family Chromodorididae can be classified into 3 types; type A is laid flat on the substratum, type B is laid upright and may slope inward, and type C is laid upright, slopes outward, and may be crenulated (Wilson 2002).
Located on that cliff and bisected by two river gorges, its high crenulated walls seem impregnable.
85 times length; bilobed, posterior margin of each lobe moderately convex; surface crenulated, papillate, usually with weak medial groove and covered with minute pores; apex recessible within lateral margin of oronasal groove; lateral margin almost straight, smooth edged, usually partly enveloped by narrow posterior fold of nostril; posterior margin strongly fringed, concave medially, vaguely following contour of lower jaw, abutting most of lower jaw when mouth closed in paratype (not in holotype).
Chelal carinae D1, D3, and D4 long, attaining the finger dorsum, with blunt granules on the hand but smooth on the finger; D5 and I crenulate, the area in between as a conspicuous longitudinal concavity; V1 well defined, with conspicuous granulation in all its length; V3 only granular at its base, the rest is at most a smooth weak tegumentary border; E extended up to the vicinity of the small Esb, it is crenulated basally, the rest with normal granulation; VA carina between E and V1 crenulated, limited to the basal fourth of the manus.
An overprinting fabric of Alleghanian age (Culshaw & Liesa 1997; Culshaw & Reynolds 1997; Moynihan 2003) has crenulated the $1 fabric with the orientations of related fabrics and lineations depending on geographic location (Culshaw & Liesa 1997; White et aL 2001; Moynihan 2003).
Built in 1910 for a railroad carrying copper ore from the Kennecott Mine to the port in Cordova, the bridge partly collapsed at its north end during the 1964 earthquake--one reason a proposed road to Cordova has never been built, From the bridge's deck, you can see the wide, crenulated face of Miles Glacier 4 miles to the east and the imposing, blue-crevassed flank of Childs Glacier barely 1 mile to the west--a million-dollar view The immensity of the landscape and the power of the roiling, silt-gray river leave one wondering how such a fishery could ever disappear.
Flowers are large and yellow; fruits are long legumes, enlarged on each side with a broad, crenulated wing.
These notches show the same crenulated morphology of bones with thin cortical walls such as palates and mandibles gnawed by carnivores (Binford 1981: figures 3.