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pe·dic·u·late

(pĕ-dik'yū-lāt),
Not sessile, having a pedicle or peduncle.
Synonym(s): pedicellate, pedunculate
[L. pediculatus]

pedunculate

(pĭ-dŭng′kyə-lĭt, -lāt′) also

pedunculated

(-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Having or supported on a peduncle.

pe·dic·u·late

(pĕ-dik'yū-lāt)
Not sessile, having a pedicle or peduncle.
Synonym(s): pedicellate, pedunculate.
[L. pediculatus]

pedunculate

, pedunculated (pe-dung'kyu-lat?) (pe-dung'kyu-lat?-ed)
Possessing a stalk or peduncle. Synonym: pediculate
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The distribution, size and reproduction of pedunculate barnacle, Octolasmis mulleri (Coker, 1902), on blue crab, Callinectus sapidus (Rathbun, 1896)".
Both species were found in some forests (Troncais and Liffre), confirming that geographic origin is not in itself a relevant element to discriminate sessile and pedunculate oak.
Interestingly, the comparisons of climate records and tree rings in Germany showed that the droughts between 1976 and 1983 predisposed sessile and pedunculate oaks there to subsequent winter-frost damage that took place during the winters of 1984-1987 (Hartmann et al.
The experimental duration was based on similar experiments conducted in other pedunculate barnacles (Yusa et al.
Outside the range of the beech, pedunculate oak becomes the most important tree in the habitats of G.
3 cm, herbaceous, pale-green, bivalved, one-flowered, sessile or shortly pedunculate, peduncles up to 0.
Cercetari privind regenerarea naturala a gorunului si stejarului pedunculat in padurile de sleau de deal din Podisul Tarnavelor (Research on natural regeneration of sessile oak and pedunculate oak in mixed oak-dominated stands of Tarnavelor Hills).
Figure 3 shows a spatio-temporal shift in stand heights of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.
The density of the stand is homogeneous, though the relative densities of the two species follow the ecological gradient, with sessile oak more frequent in the upper part and pedunculate oak more frequent in the lower.
1) differs from that of typical pedunculate barnacles like Lepas spp.
The larval development and metamorphosis of the pedunculate barnacle Octolasmis mulleri (Coker, 1902) reared in the laboratory.