serrated


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to serrated: serrated grating

serrated

 [ser´āt-ed]
having a sawlike edge or border.

ser·rate

, serrated (ser'āt, -ā'ted),
Toothed.
[L. serratus, fr. serra, a saw]

serrated

/ser·rat·ed/ (ser´āt-ed) having a sawlike edge.

ser·rate

, serrated (ser'āt, -ĕd)
Toothed.
[L. serratus, fr. serra, a saw]

serrated (ser´āted),

adj having a jagged or notched edge; saw-toothed.
Serratia
n a genus of motile, gram-negative bacilli capable of causing infection, including bacteremia, pneumonia, and urinary tract infections, in humans.

serrated

having a sawlike edge or border.
References in periodicals archive ?
The overall prevalence of serrated polyps increases only slightly with age during adulthood,[sup][17] and these lesions are most common in the sigmoid colon and rectum, but the distribution varies by histological subtype.
In a reappraisal of serrated colorectal polyps by Torlakovic et al, (14) hyperplastic polyps were subdivided to include the microvesicular cell type," which are the more frequently encountered type with a predominance of absorptive cells, and goblet cell type," which are rich in goblet cells with fewer absorptive cells (14) (Figure 1, B and C).
7" coated blade, stainless steel liners and G-10-textured handles--it's also available in a partially serrated version.
According to the study, ziphodont teeth, with their serrated edges, produced a more-efficient bite and would have allowed Dimetrodon to eat prey much larger than itself.
Individuals with serrated polyposis syndrome (SPS) should be rescreened after 1 year.
Serrated knives can be sharpened, but unlike ordinary knives, they need a diamond-coated steel that's properly sized to match the knife.
Paleontologists have unearthed the nearly complete remains of an immense ichthyosaur with serrated teeth, an evolutionary innovation that would have rendered the behemoth the top predator in its ecosystem.
A serrated outer blade cuts down on a block of cheese to slice off a piece, while a second serrated blade built into the first allows the cook to use the knife like a plane to get a section of cheese.
Several variations were produced through the years, including both serrated and non-serrated blades and those in which the blade was canted from the line of the grip, and the Mark II stayed in regular production until the millennium when it finally succumbed to decreasing sales numbers.
rotor, outboard bearings, space-saving "swing-style" ram, and serrated ram plates that hold materials against the rotor.
The large, continuous top surface is said to create a more positive barrier and withstand higher pressure differentials than conventional serrated designs.
Overall system strength is enhanced by incorporating a serrated insert face and pocket surface to align and secure the insert, decreasing any lateral shift during operation.