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plicate

 [pli´kāt]
plaited or folded.

pli·cate

(plī'kāt),
Folded; pleated; tucked.

plicate

/pli·cate/ (pli´kāt) plaited or folded.

pli·cate

(plī'kāt)
Folded; pleated; tucked.

plicate

folded, ridged or pleated.

plicate

plaited or folded.
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Basal leaves at anthesis 1-2, blades plicate, linear-ensiform, 32-58 x 0.
The third case was advancing with small isolated foci of neoplastic cells in gills, plicate membranes, mantle, and between kidney tubules.
The species is unique, having rather large, stout and ascending shoots with strongly plicate and serrate leaves.
Perichaetia lateral on stem; inner perichaetial leaves straight, plicate, lanceolate, erect, margin entire, apex acuminate, costa absent or sometimes short and single, cells fusiform to linear, thin-walled and smooth; vaginula with paraphyses.
Perichaetia lateral on stem; inner perichaetial leaves straight, not plicate, ovate-lanceolate, erect, margin entire or irregularly denticulate near apex, apex shortly acuminate, sometimes rounded or obtuse, costa single, usually rudimentary, cells fusiform, porose and smooth; vaginula naked.
Among the southeastern aquatic species that are critically endangered are the tan riffleshell (Epioblasma florentina walkeri), with only one reproducing population in Indian Creek, Virginia; the plicate rocksnail (Leptoxis plicata), currently found only in the Locust Fork, Alabama; and the boulder darter (Etheostoma wapiti), found only in the Elk River in Tennessee and Alabama.
Andersen Model of Predisposing, Enabling and Need Factors Predisposing Controlled in the Measured Race and Factors Model Ethnicity Maternal age Race * White/Nonwhite Ethnicity * Hispanic/NonHispanic Enabling Factors Excluded in the Model Measured Access to Insurance Nonhospital deliveries Public (Medicaid) Private insurance No insurance Factors Controlled in the Model Measured Complications Conditions that may com- Complications plicate need for epidural No complications including: maternal hyper- tension; toxemia or eclampsia; maternal ane- mia or diabetes; placenta complications (low-lying placenta, vagi- nal bleeding); delivery complications (premature labor, forceps).
The plicate ridging allows it to expand around a woody skeleton, which consists of a cylinder of vascular bundles that anastomose halfway up the stem height and then separate again (see fig.
To plicate or wrap the fundus of the stomach around the esophagus, short gastric arteries which connect the fundus of the stomach to the spleen are divided using a harmonic scalpel.
The venation is more evident on the adaxial side of the leaflet as opposed to many plicate leaved Zamias, which have venation most evident on the abaxial side.