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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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The third case was advancing with small isolated foci of neoplastic cells in gills, plicate membranes, mantle, and between kidney tubules.
Pleural membrane uniformly wrinkled plicate, without setae.
Pleural membrane uniformly wrinkled plicate, with I setae situated at junction of sternite V and pleural membrane.
Another mollusk recovery effort initiated by the FWS Jackson Office and SARI involves the plicate rocksnail (Leptoxis plicata).
Cypselae truncate at the apex, glabrous to pubescent; pappus with three, rarely two or four, narrowly paleaceous bristles, longitudinally plicate, apically plumose to laciniate, rarely crown-like.
absent; cataphylls two, plicate, apex acute; eophyll entire, lanceolate,
The lacy elimia and painted rocksnail currently live in a few streams flowing into the Coosa River in Talladega, Chilton, and Calhoun counties, while the plicate rocksnail remains only in a small section of the Locust Ford River in Jefferson County.
the common occurrence of the plicate appearance of the leaflets of these
Corolla 4-5 [-12 (Blackstonia)]-merous; connate, usually with a short to long tube (Tachiadenus), usually plicate at sinuses; occasionally produced into spurs (Halenia); usually convolute, occasionally sinistrorsely contorted (Halenia) or imbricate (Obolaria); often with scales or nectary-pits within; rarely with coronas.