crenulated


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crenulated

adjective Referring to an undulating, scalloped or serrated outer edge of a histopathological structure.
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Lateral apical margin has 5-7 sclerotised, crenulated teeth, 2 or 3 sclerotised spines at apex, and 2 brown sclerotised spots mesally of spines.
Right valve with a solid, flat shaped and crenulated cardinal teeth; the remains of a poorly preserved posterior cardinal may be observed under the umbo, also the initial portion of a lateral tooth.
I rub my hands lightly against the crenulated and slightly furry leaves, and a potent chlorophyll-and-wet-soil smell clings to my fingers.
Milling was an extraction of the smallest core structure visible, which was defined as a small, crenulated otolith-core outline.
Rare black and crenulated kernels from 1mm to 3mm maximum dimension, incorporated within several crenulations of the schistose micas are petrographically identified as being "carbonaceous", being composed of compact ultrafine graphite, individual flake size
Loopy kelps, fringed anemones, crenulated sea slugs, and curlicued corals have all been modelled with these methods.
As we gazed across the courtyard, admiring the minaret with its unusual exterior spiral staircase, I spotted two figures climbing upward, above the crenulated walls.
We could make a connection between all those things, between snowflakes and scans of the brain, flowers, any kind of crenulated form like this.
It includes bent ends of bones, puncture marks, superficial linear marks, peeling, crenulated ends and double arch punctures on the chewed edge.
The contributions in this unusual volume take a crenulated path between the start and finish of the book, moving on a trajectory that is unexpected if one reads in order.