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cordiform

 [kor´dĭ-form]
heart-shaped.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

cor·date

(kōr'dāt), Do not confuse this word with chordate.
Heart-shaped.
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cordate

(kôr′dāt′)
adj.
Having a heart-shaped outline: a cordate leaf.

cor′date′ly adv.
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cor·date

(kōr'dāt)
Heart-shaped.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

cordate

heart-shaped.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005

cor·date

(kōr'dāt) Do not confuse this word with chordate.
Heart-shaped.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Leaves with petiole, 4-7(-9) cm long, sheathing the young shoots, petiolar margins membranaceous, translucid, extending through 2/3 of the petiole, glabrous or minutely pubescent, with lustrose appearance; leaf blades (13-)15-27(-45) cm long, 12-21(-26) cm wide, dimorphic through the sympodial axis, monopodial leaves ovate or widely ovate, cordate and slightly auriculate at the base, with the lobes almost symmetrical; sympodial leaves elliptic-ovate, cordate to deeply auriculate at the base, with the lobes asymmetrical, the bigger lobe half or completely overlapping the petiole; obtuse to shortly acuminate at the apex, ciliate at the margin, minutely pubescent in both surfaces; pinnately nerved, veins 4-8, inconspicuously punctate pellucid; membranaceous, with a matt appearance.
The explanation for the existence of these odd morphologies that coexist with typical cordate individuals could be caused by several factors.
Training example Features Class Angiosperm Phyllotaxy Shape of leaf woody vine alternate oblong & elliptical [C.sub.1] woody vine alternate cordate [C.sub.2] woody vine alternate elliptical [C.sub.3] woody Vine alternate palmate [C.sub.4] shrub opposite palmate & divided [C.sub.5] tree alternate ovate [C.sub.6] tree opposite elliptical [C.sub.7] tree opposite oblong & elliptical [C.sub.8] Table 2.
and cordates. Renates are creatures that have kidneys, and cordates are
[20.] The botanical species that we studied include: lima bean seedlings; the heavy cordate vine Aristolochia macrophylla (Dutchman's Pipe); Swedish ivy; Mimosa pudica L.; and cactus.
Whitten, known experimentally as DRC96-1, was selected for (i) cordate leaf base with shallow lobing and serrated margins, (ii) plant height, a gross indicator of yield (Wilson and Joyner, 1969; Higgins, 1974), (iii) resistance to powdery mildew [caused by Leveillula taurica (Lev.) Arn.], and (iv) delayed flowering.
Sternum cordate, longer than wide, shortly to strongly pointed between coxae 4 (Figs.
Cordate. This is a heart-shaped leaf with the length slightly greater than the width.
While Nymphaea is known from leaves and rhizomes from Sonoma, California; Trapper Creek and Weiser, Idaho; Buffalo Canyon, Eastgate, Esmeralda, and Middlegare, Nevada; and Mascall, Stinking W ater, Succor Creek, and Trout Creek, Oregon It is distinguished by oval leaf scars along the rhizomes and cordate or offcentered peltare, orbicular to ovate leaves, with a faint midrib and weakly pinnate to radial venation.
Rhizome (underground stem) globose-bulbous; leaf blades deltate to cordate.......................O.