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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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The frond (leaf blade) of this hybrid is pinnate except for the apex which is usually deeply lobed (pinnatifid).
Consequently, the most notable conclusion of the present study is that the simulation approach using two-equation turbulence model SST k[omega] can successfully predict many significant features about the orifice lobed jet at moderate Reynolds number.
The plant is not an annual but is often grown as such as it reaches 3ft with ease and 6ft or more in a reasonable summer with lush, deeply lobed leaves giving a truly tropical touch to the garden.
unveiled two new models of FTX corotating twin-screw extruders that have polygonal mixing sections instead of lobed kneading blocks.
We have knurled, dimpled, wing, triangular, lobed, spherical, and mushroom-shaped type knobs.
After that as attackers had conducted arson attacks against the troop s body and lobed fire-based fougade, fired guards, military men of the National Guard opened up a cautionary blast.
The lobed plate shown here dates to the middle of the 19th century.
Those who lobed the fast-paced wizard sport Quidditch, will also have a chance to participate in a simulated Triwizard Tournament, as well as examine Quidditch equipment and even the elusive Golden Snitch at several Hogsmeade shops.
There's Acer palmatum Atropurpureum, with its deep-purple, lobed leaves that turn bright-red in autumn, or there's Acer palmatum Sango-kaku, which has a combination of orange and yellow.
10 In plants, lobed and serrated are both descriptions of the shape of what?
As a ground cover in parkway and driveway strips, Kappel has selected Arctotheca calendula, which creates a blanket of yellow daisies accompanied by whimsically lobed foliage that is green on one side and silver on the other.