papillate


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pap·il·lar·y

, papillate (pap'i-lār'ē, -i-lāt),
Relating to, resembling, or provided with papillae.
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pap·il·lar·y

, papillate (pap'i-lar-ē, -i-lāt)
Relating to, resembling, or provided with papillae.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

pap·il·lar·y

, papillate (pap'i-lar-ē, -i-lāt)
Relating to, resembling, or provided with papillae.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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In Pleoseptum ascomata are immersed, usually with a papillate apex, with a relatively broad peridium and ovoid to fusoid ascospores [2, 3].
If the normal papillate patches are confused with lesions, then unnecessary diagnostic tests and treatments may be undertaken, with possible iatrogenic adverse effects.
Leaf bases pale to brown; leaves usually less than 1 mm wide at middle; megaspores papillate, more than 450 um in diameter (0.50-0.65 mm average); plant of limestone outcrops I.
Perithecia spherical, 0.6-1 mm diam; ostioles conical papillate, encircled with a bovei-type disc 0.33-0.4 mm diam.
aureum, the exine is slightly rougher with the surface papillate to tuberculate, with rodlets attached to the tubercles in proximal and distal view.
Stigma morphology in the Leguminosae: The wet, papillate (WP) stigma in Caesalpinioideae.
Pileus (20-)40-70(-110) mm diam., polymorphic, conic to convex, convexplane or campanulate, regular or irregular, sometimes papillate, or subumbilicate, hygrophanous, yellowish pale to chocolate-brown, orangish-brown or cinnamonbrown, smooth, sublubricous, sometimes with white floccose scales from the veil at the margin.
Recherches sur le Dorocidaris papillate et quelques mitres echinides de la Mediterranee.