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lobate

 [lo´bāt]
divided into lobes.

lo·bate

(lō'bāt),
1. Divided into lobes.
2. Lobe-shaped; denoting a bacterial colony with a deeply undulate margin.
Synonym(s): lobose, lobous

lobate

/lo·bate/ (lo´bāt) divided into lobes.

lobate

(lō′bāt′) also

lobated

(-bā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Having lobes; lobed.
2. Shaped like a lobe.
3. Having separate toes, each bordered by a weblike lobe. Used of the feet of certain birds.

lo′bate′ly adv.

lobate

[lō′bāt]
organized in lobes or rounded divisions. Also lobular.

lo·bate

(lō'bāt)
1. Divided into lobes.
2. Lobe-shaped; denoting a bacterial colony with a deeply undulate margin.

lobate

divided into lobes.
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4F, G); interramal lobes of posterior wall lobate with spiculate surface (Fig.
Sagittal otoliths composed of vaterite, which are always clear and highly lobate, were omitted from the study.
Lobate scarps form when a planet or moon cools and contracts.
Thomas R Watters of the Centre for Earth and Planetary Studies at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museums said scientists have identified 14 landforms called lobate scarps scattered over the surface of the moon.
Generic diagnosis: head and body naked; pelvic fins united to small cup-like disc, anterior membrane lobate with pair of pointed posterior projections; teeth pointed; head and body deep and compressed; body and fins with thick mucous coat.
Basal leaves long-petiolate, 2(-3)-pinnatisect, segments 3-6 lobate, ovate to suborbicular-kidney-shaped, hairy, at least in the rachis.
By the end of this time window, the margin of the Laurentide ice sheet, although highly lobate and irregular, lay across the Upper Peninsula.
Thus, whereas there may be ancestral lobate sedimentary projections into the bay associated with former inlets or washover features, there is little variation in the deltaic morphology or sediment type at this time, and little variation in shellfish habitat.
11); basal process lobate longitudinally; distal process terminating adjacent to base of flagellum (in dorsal aspect), rib-like and extending longitudinally; distal lobe represented by shelf at base of flagellum; median lobe not developed; internobasal inflection absent; external lobe present, separated from distal process; with small, longitudinally-oriented costate process.
Leaves alternate; short-petiolate; blades obovate, coriaceous, palmately veined, margin dentate to lobate, glabrescent.
by the smooth fruit and long fruit peduncle, but differs by the deeply lobate leaves (entire in C.
Decapods were represented by ten species including common mud crab (Panopeus occidentalis), lobate mud crab (Eurypanopeus abbreviatus), blue crab (Callinectes sapidus), spiny lobster (Panulirus argus), ocellate swimming crab (Portunus sebae), peppermint shrimp (Lysmata wurdemanni), grass shrimp (Palaemonetespugio), snapping shrimp (Alpheus heterochadis), sponge decorator crab (Stenocionops furcata), and blue-legged hermit crabs (Calcinus degans) (Table 1).