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connate

(kŏn′āt′, kŏ-nāt′)
adj.
1. Existing at birth or from the beginning; inborn or inherent.
2. Biology Joined or united with a structure of the same kind, as sepals or petals.

con′nate′ly adv.
con′nate′ness n.

connate

(of plant organs) originally distinct, but growing together and joining.
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Stamens 10, all fertile, glabrous; filaments distinct or slightly connate only at very base; anthers (in bud) 2-2.
M (1992) Oilfield brines of meteoric and connate origin in the Eastern Niger Delta, Journal of Petroleum Geology, 15(4):481-488.
Deep aquifers are found in most of the sedimentary basins around the world (Bachu, 2001a) and typically contain high-salinity connate water not suitable for human consumption or agricultural use.
It means that during the last 5000 years while the model lateral boundary conditions were close to the present ones, the front of deep connate groundwater could move laterally for 5-7 km on average.
LEAF DESCRIPTION: SIMPLE, 1 1/2" to 2 1/2" long and 1" to 2" wide, oblong or ovate shape with entire margins, OPPOSITE arrangement, leaves near tip are perfoliate or connate (fused).
The first step in the investigation concluded that the water that resided in the pipeline was a combination of the connate water produced from the reservoir and water formed from condensing vapor caused by changes in the pressure and temperature conditions in the pipeline.
Connate Water--Water trapped in sediments at the time of deposition.
The third chapter anlyzes the all-important, though sometimes elusive, doctrine of connate pneuma (hot air), concluding that it is a substrate for vital heat which is transported around the body while also underlying its natural upward motion (since heat itself is not a substance).
Here implementation need not connate immediate attainment; rather, it is enough that a theory provide for desirable and achievable goals.
Antenna: flagellomeres 1 and 2 connate, male flagellomeres binodal and tricircumfilar, nodes setulose and necks bare; circumfila loops regular in length (Figure 7); flagellomere 5: 0.