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dig·i·tate

(dij'i-tāt),
Marked by a number of fingerlike processes or impressions.
[L. digitatus, having fingers, fr. digitus, finger]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

digitate

(dĭj′ĭ-tāt′) also

digitated

(-tā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Having digits or fingerlike projections.
2. Botany Having distinct parts arising from a common point or center; palmate.

dig′i·tate′ly adv.
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dig·i·tate

(dij'i-tāt)
Marked by a number of fingerlike processes or impressions.
[L. digitatus, having fingers, fr. digitus, finger]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

digitate

having finger-like processes.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005
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Leaves digitate, 5-foliolate, petioles 5-8.5 cm, petiolules 1-4 cm, both glabrous; leaflets 7-10 x 2.5-4 cm, concolorous, after dried becomes blackened, chartaceous, lanceolate, apex acute, occasionally with slightly serrated apex, margins entire, base rounded or cuneate, venation penninerved, adaxial surface glabrescent, abaxial surfaces with tector trichomes and dendroid.
A 52-year-old Caucasian woman presented with a 6-year history of multiple asymptomatic skin-colored digitate lesions, 3 to 5 mm long and 1 to 2 mm wide, distributed on the forehead, neck, extensor surface of the arms but also in the inframmary folds, axillae and lower limbs, especially on the popliteal fold (Figs.
2) Luna(2) and Salce(3) C Archaeocyath-rich thrombolitic microbialite(3); bioclast- intraclast packstone-grainstone (3); archeocyath wackestone and dolosparitic nodules(3); pelletoid grainstone(3) B Fenestral mudstone-packstone(2); cryptic or massive microbialite (2,3); digitate thrombolites(2,3); Intraclast-oncoid grainstone (2); spongiostromate-oncoid packstone- grainstone (2,3); intraclast packstone-grainstone and intraclast- bioclast wackestone(2) A
17): trunk long, slender; flagellum long, about equal in length to trunk when extended; inner lobe a broad blade, rounded apically; median lobe short, narrow; outer lobe short, tapered, apically flexed; basal lobe distinct, digitate; measurements (male from Omidiyeh): trunk L (to base of flagellum) 11.4 mm, pars recta 4.4 mm, inner lobe (from base of flagellum) 960 mm, median lobe 415 mm, outer lobe 360 mm, basal lobe 100 mm.
Each node with 2-3 simple rames; each rame terminating into a spathe and a digitate group of racemes.
Chloris truncata is a stoloniferous, annual or perennial grass, 0.20-0.40m tall with digitate racemes, and is widespread in temperate mainland Australia (Lamp et al.
"Fibule 'digitate' din secolele VI-VII in spatiul carpato-dunareano-pontic," Arheologia Moldovei 15, pp.