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bilobate

 [bi-lo´bāt]
having two lobes.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

bi·lo·bate

, bilobed (bī-lō'bāt, bī'lōbd),
Having two lobes.
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bilobate

(bī-lō′bāt′) also

bilobated

(-bā′tĭd) or

bilobed

(bī′lōbd′)
adj.
Divided into or having two lobes: a bilobate leaf.
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bilobed

adjective Having, characterised or referring to two lobes of tissue.
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bi·lo·bate

, bilobed (bī-lō'bāt, bī'lōbd)
Having two lobes.
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3e, f) BEP group: Bambusoideae Mostly transverse-unlobed, transverse- -Arundinarieae bilobate (Fig.
House 8, a large bilobate semi-subterranean structure, dates approximately between A.D.
Notothyrial platform narrows anteriorly and merges with the median septum on elevated part of the valve floor; cardinal process granulated; dental plates divergent, ventral muscle field large, bilobate anteriorly.
Abdomen: Tergal plate longer than wide, the longitudinal ridge of thorax continues along mtg III-VI; lateral sclerites with punctured oval depressions; deltg II + III not fused, lateral margins of deltg II-VII reflexed, their posterior margins raised, pilose and with a distinctly posterolaterally projecting tubercle; metapleural scent gland canais straight and directed upward and visible from above as a split oval elevation; mtg VII with a median elevation and 2 vertical projections on posterior margin; tergite VIII bilobate, visible tergites IX and X tricuspidate.
The teeth from La Cantalera further display bilobate denticles, a character cited exclusively in a carcharodontosaurid from the Early Cretaceous of South America (Novas et al, 2005).
It is a bilobate sebaceous organ, variable both in shape and size (Lucas and Stettenheim, 1972; Sawad, 2006), located dorsally between the fourth caudal vertebrae and the pygostile.
13); sternite IV bilobate posteriorly; sternites III-IV, VIVII with very few setae; sternite V densely hirsute medially, with a much reduced posterior median smooth area, a narrow transverse; spiracles linear.