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fal·ci·form

(fal'si-fōrm),
Having a crescentic or sickle shape.
Synonym(s): falcate
[L. falx, sickle, + forma, form]

falcate

(făl′kāt′) also

falcated

(-kā′tĭd)
adj.
Curved and tapering to a point; sickle-shaped.

fal·ci·form

(fal'si-fōrm)
Having a crescentic or sickle shape.
Synonym(s): falcate.
[L. falx, sickle, + forma, form]

falcate

sickle-shaped.
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1 Median leaflets falcate 30-45 cm long, with entire margins or with few teeth (typically < 16) limited to the distal half of leaflet.
Leaves falcate, (3.5-)5-9 cm x 4-5 mm, acuminate or attenuate, the spiny tip [less than]0.5 mm; midrib inconspicuous, slightly impressed, aromatic.
Forewing ground color white; costal margin smooth, brown; barely falcate at apex; subbasal fascia gray and weakly marked; antemedial fascia light color and broad; medial fascia dark color and rather broad; postmedial fascia dark color, broad and slight excurved in middle; subterminal fascia slender, grayish brown; cilia short, grayish white.
This list was narrowed down to two really promising plant species with anticancer properties, Akhilia zat al-alf waraqah" Achillea falcate, and "Shawk al-dardar," Centauria ainetensis, commonly known as yarrow and loggerheads or knapweed, respectively.
The falcate sensory pores in the last antennal segment are filiform in R.
elliottii), southern red oak (Quercus falcate), water oak (Q.
Thumb narrow and falcate, or a saucer-shaped, laminate plate broadening apically, curving away from other apical elements.
Chen et al., "The studies of anti-inflammatory and analgesic activities and pharmacokinetics of Oxytropis falcate Bunge extraction after transdermal administration in rats," Fitoterapia, vol.
Caballero (1948) described Fritillaria falcata in the Sierra de Francia (Salamanca), pointing out that it was a very different species from other known species of the genus on the basis of its small size, its falcate leaves and the presence of a single flower.