bilobate


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bilobate

 [bi-lo´bāt]
having two lobes.

bi·lo·bate

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

bilobate

(bī-lō′bāt′) also

bilobated

(-bā′tĭd) or

bilobed

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

bilobate

[bīlō′bāt]
Etymology: L, bis, twice, lobus, lobe
having two lobes.

bilobed

adjective Having, characterised or referring to two lobes of tissue.

bi·lo·bate

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

bilobate

having two lobes.
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3e, f) BEP group: Bambusoideae Mostly transverse-unlobed, transverse- -Arundinarieae bilobate (Fig.
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.
The root is bilobate with long, narrow, diverging lobes.
A semicircular alcove (east alcove) enlarges the central space of H5-W, making the contours of this dwelling bilobate, whereas the central space of H5-E is merely widened by a small niche in the east wall.
A bilobate amphinucleolus composed of equal-sized lobes (5) was also apparent in mature eggs.
The male terminalia are characteristic; the supra-anal plate is triangular, wide and lobate, bearing 2 or more small black processes on its anterior surface; the cerci are laterally flattened, bilobate at the tip, the upper fork forming a thin vertical fin, the lower incurved and thickened, often with a subcylindrical form, sometimes in contrast forming a sharp hook; the apex of the subgenital plate is divided, forming two small triangular lobes.
Pronotum: Wider than long; bilobate, anterior lobe shorter than posterior lobe; humeral angles rounded, higher than posterior pronotal disk; posterolateral borders sinuate, smooth; posterior border nearly straight; triangular process absent; callar region weakly and uniformly convex, barely separated along midline.
Furrowing bilobate fine striked tracks Isopodichnus eutendorfensis Linck, 1942 from the Mas d'Alary Member levels in Fialhomme wood (Debriette and Gand, 1990) and the Salagou Fm.
Females can be distinguished by the large and flattened median septum, and by spermathecae with a long and sigmoid curved stalk and with a small and not bilobate base (Fig.