rugose


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

rugose

 [roo´gōs]
marked by ridges; wrinkled.

ru·gose

(rū'gōs),
Marked by rugae; wrinkled.
Synonym(s): rugous
[L. rugosus]

rugose

(ro͞o′gōs′) also

rugous

(-gəs)
adj. Biology
Having a rough, ridged, or wrinkled surface: rugose spores.

ru′gose′ly adv.
ru·gos′i·ty (-gŏs′ĭ-tē) n.

rugose

[ro̅o̅′gōs]
wrinkled or corrugated. Also rugous.

ru·gose

(rū'gōs)
Marked by rugae; wrinkled.
Synonym(s): rugous.
[L. rugosus]

rugose

(of plant parts) wrinkled.

rugose

marked by ridges; wrinkled.
References in periodicals archive ?
Gastropods, rugose corals, bryozoans and stromatoporoids are present, besides the mentioned few brachiopods, in the lowermost part of the Juuru RS.
Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor: identification of a gene cluster required for the rugose colony type, exopolysaccharide production, chlorine resistance, and biofilm formation.
This is especially marked for studies on rugose corals, (Rodriguez 1985; Rodriguez and Falces, 1996; Rodriguez et al.
However, all representatives of Amphibolips are robust specimens, with a strong acute basal lobe on the tarsal claws and with a very dull rugose head, mesoscutum and mesoscutellum.
The research addresses nematodes, rugose wood complex, methyl bromide alternatives, grapevine necrotic union and more.
Pileus consisting of 5-6 arms, 9-12 mm long, firstly united, then becoming free at maturity, color orange yellow (4B8) before maturity, internal surface convex, grooved to rugose and external surface slightly concave, smooth.
Leaves always at least slightly rugose, narrowly triangular to ovate (> 25 mm wide); petals 14-19 mm long.
45[degrees] from the rachis, opening during the day, becoming somewhat secund-pendant postanthesis; sepals broadly elliptic, acute, 12-14 mm long, the adaxial pair slightly carinate, 1-3 mm connate, nerved, becoming rugose when dried, pure white; corolla erect with spreading lobes; petals lanceolate, broadly acute, 18-22 mm long, naked, conglutinated into a tube for 8--10 mm, pure white; stamens and style included.
Carapace convex, yellow-brown, reddish brown or chestnut brown, smooth to minutely warty or rugose.