denticulate


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den·tic·u·late

, denticulated (den-tik'yū-lāt, -lāt-ed),
1. Finely dentated, notched, or serrated.
2. Having small teeth.

denticulate

(dĕn-tĭk′yə-lĭt) also

denticulated

(-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Finely toothed or notched; minutely dentate: denticulate leaves; denticulate fish scales.

den·tic′u·late·ly adv.
den·tic′u·la′tion n.

denticulate

[dentik′yəlit]
Etymology: L, denticulus, little tooth
having very small teeth or toothlike projections.

denticulated

adjective
(1) Serrated; 
(2) Having multiple minute teeth.

den·tic·u·late

, denticulated (den-tik'yū-lǎt, -lāt-ed, den-tikyū-lăt, -lā-tĕd)
1. Finely dentated, notched, or serrated.
2. Having small teeth.
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5 cm long, softly cuspidate; basal leaves almost sessile, spathulate and flat, denticulate to incise-dentate, cauline ones stem-clasping .
de Mexico, Puebla) ordonezi 5' Epipleural carina not at all denticulate at shoulder 6 6 Elytral interstices smooth, thus rather shiny, almost imperceptibly punctured, glabrous.
Stem leaves [+ or -] concave, either straight, oblong-ovate with abruptly acute or obtuse and apiculate or rounded apex, or falcate, ovate to oblong-ovate with gradually and shortly to longly acuminate apex; erect-spreading to imbricate, usually complanate; margin plane, entire or slightly denticulate near apex; costa short and double, occasionally absent; median lamina cells linear-flexuose, becoming shorter and wider towards apex and slightly shorter, wider and porose towards base; marginal cells similar or slightly shorter and wider than adjacent median lamina cells; alar cells numerous, hyaline, inflated, forming a well delimited group, slightly or longly decurrent.
Tool Types Area A Area B Area C Backed blade (backed points and geometric microliths) 8 6 Denticulate 32 7 3 Endnotch 22 1 Endscraper 21 14 9 Nosed Scraper 61 Notch 445 36 65 Scraper 428 54 96 Usewear damage 324 28 34 Burin 4 Drill 2 Total 1272 142 214 Figure 5.
2) in small, loose to dense fascicles, occasionally solitary, arising from internal hyphae or hyphal aggregations, erumpent through the cuticle or emerging through stomata, erect, subcylindrical to geniculate-sinuous, often denticulate, simple, rarely branched, 10-70 X 3-8 [micro]m, continuous to 1-3-septate, pale olivaceous, olivaceous-brown to brown, wall thin to slightly thickened, smooth of almost so; conidiogenous cells integrated, terminal of conidiophores reduced to conidiogenous cells, 10-25 [micro]m long; conidiogenous loci conspicuous, often denticle-like, apex truncate, 1.
LEAF DESCRIPTION: 3 1/2" to 5" long and 1/2" wide, appearing on branchlets, each branchlet containing numerous leaves, leaves lanceolate shape with sparsely denticulate margins, glaucous beneath, parallel venation.
And not only are the finely denticulate pappas bristles a delight for the description, They are a visual feast.
4D): Form unchanged; left mandible with four denticulate setae; right mandible with one denticulate seta.
The most common tool forms are core scrapers, utilized flakes, leaf-shaped bifacial knives, and denticulate scrapers (Carlson 1996b:98).
8) Female clypeus with distinctly bordered apical margin which is thrown up to a lesser or higher degree and mostly denticulate (1); female clypeus of different shape (0).
There are 3 rows of paleae with the second row being long and spine-like and the outer row denticulate.
Posterior face with 3 rows of finely ciliate or denticulate setae, distal row with 3+3 setae (Fig.