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cre·nate

, crenated (krē'nāt, -nā-ted),
Indented; denoting the outline of a shriveled red blood cell, as observed in a hypertonic solution.
See also: crenocyte.
[L. crena, a notch]

crenate

(krē′nāt′) also

crenated

(-nā′tĭd)
adj.
Having a margin with low, rounded or scalloped projections: a crenate leaf.

cre′nate′ly adv.

cre·nate

, crenated (krē'nāt, -nā-ted)
Indented; denoting the outline of a shriveled red blood cell, as observed in a hypertonic solution.
[L. crena, a notch]

crenate

(of plant leaves) having a notched edge.
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When present, apical pinna is lanceate, with attenuate apex, enlarged base, often incised, divided or lacerated; lateral pinnae 25-30 (35) pairs, 4-8 cm long x 1-2 cm wide, lanceolate to triangular-lanceolate, almost horizontal, contiguous to imbricate, briefly petiolulate, with an acute apex, a symmetric or asymmetric base, often auriculate and overlapping the rachis, crenate and subtly serrulate, papillate margins.
EO determined this number as Vaccinium didymanthum Dunal on account of its crenate leaves and tubular corollas.
Field trials are planned to assess the degree of viability of Egyptian broomrape seeds buried naturally in the soil after various solarization treatments because we have previously demonstrated that the exposure of crenate broomrape seeds to high temperatures led to a significant progressive reduction in germination and a linear decrease in seed viability (Mauromicale et al.
Socratea has four to seven cataphylls, and the eophyll is bifid, with pinnate venation, nonconvergent longitudinal veins, and crenate apex.
Carapace in dorsal view elongated oval, slightly constricted at level of cervical groove; sides behind cervical groove distinctly crenate, with four lobes beside coxae; posterior part of carapace drawn into tubular extension (Fig.
LEAF DESCRIPTION: SIMPLE, 1" to 1 1/4" long and half as wide, elliptic or oval shape, crenate to serrulate margins, ALTERNATE arrangement.
prostrata prophylls (Figure 1A) of two shoots that develop in the cotyledonary axils are not stipulate; they have green or dark red color, with obovate shape, obtuse or retuse apex, acute base, and entire and crenate margin only in the apical region.
Fruits longer than broad; valves 2.5-4(-4.5) mm long, 2-winged, with oblong callus and crenate to entire wings.
the latter as either singly or doubly crenate unnecessarily biases
Hydrothecal margin slightly crenate, 14-16 sort tooth, hydranth cylindrical Obelia dichotoma 5b.
LEAF DESCRIPTION: SIMPLE, 1 1/2" long and half as wide, obovate shape with coarse crenate margins.
Leaves were low rank, were ovate with a rounded and crenate apex, had a decurrent base with three distinct veins in the petiole, and had reticulate, palinactinodromous primary venation.