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lobed

(lōbd)
adj.
Having a lobe or lobes: lobed leaves.

lobed

(of leaves) divided but not into separate leaves.
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oviaspera collected by Freitas, 1951 from Ramphocelus carbo connectens, Ramphocelus carbo carbo, Thraupis sayaca sayaca and Icterus cayennensis pyrrhopterus in Brazil differs in general body shape, presence of esophagus, lobed ovary and testes, overlapping ceaca and vitelline bands commencing at pre-testicular level.
The optimization of the lobed diffuser has to be correlated to all the previous noted parameters that are influencing the efficiency of a PV system.
Some experienced California native plant watchers have singled out the fuchsia flowering gooseberry for special acclaim, not only because of its prolific blooms, but also for its shimmering, dark green and delicately lobed foliage and arching growth habit.
The two lobed forms look at once surprisingly similar and depressingly different: In the cutout of the bay as it looks today, the old coastline's undulations are gone, transformed into the geometric shapes of piers and buildings.
City levelled matters once again on 38 minutes when Warmer chipped the defence to Webster who coolly lobed Paul Phillips.
Panicles are cylindrical, dense, slightly pointed, and strongly lobed (seeds bunched on primary branches from rachis) with lobes partially overlapping in 7 or 8 rows along the head.
Lobed, toothed 4- to 8-foot-wide leaves develop on 4-to 6-foot-tall stalks.
Any of various perennial herbs of the genus Anemone, native chiefly to northern temperate regions and having palmately lobed leaves and large flowers with showy sepals.
Hole Hammers feature lobed heads to reduce friction and maximize penetration speed.
Its leaves are three to five lobed and four to ten inches long, they also have an exudate, though a clear one, that may cause allergic reactions.