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trilobate

 [tri-lo´bāt]
having three lobes.

tri·lo·bate

, trilobed (trī-lō'bāt, trī'lobd),
Having three lobes.

trilobate

/tri·lo·bate/ (-lo´bāt) having three lobes.

trilobate

(trī-lō′bāt′) also

trilobed

(trī′lōbd′)
adj.
Having three lobes: a trilobate arrowhead; trilobate leaves.

tri·lo·bate

, trilobed (trī-lō'bāt, trī'lōbd)
Having three lobes.

trilobate

having three lobes.
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The presence of the trilobed lower incisors in combination with differences in some of the measurements suggest certain level of differentiation in isolation that merit consideration in future studies.
Mature Hydaticus larvae with trilobed labia were collected in Bibb County (Fig.
longipes are the counts of the dorsal and anal rays, especially the first dorsal-fin count of V spines, and having a trilobed instead of a rhomboid caudal fin.
Aurorae Sinus shows the peculiar trilobed appearance that has characterized it in recent years.
The fragmentary dentary (12526) is characteristic of the genus Cnemidophorus based on its narrow, tapering shape, subpleurodont trilobed teeth, and Meckel's groove open to the symphysis (Estes and Tihen, 1964).
Plain CT scan of chest revealed presence of dextrocardia with bilateral pleural effusion (Lt>Rt) and lefthemithorax contained trilobed lungs and right hemithorax havebilobed lungs.
Palpi equal to proboscis or slightly shorter, scutellum rounded or slightly trilobed .
0 mm; cranium smooth, colour yellowish brown; frons with median longitudinal depression, single posterior frontal seta and single anterior angle seta; one round pigmented area medially at each side of frontal suture; dorsoepicranium with 2 widely separated, medium sized setae at each side; tentorial pits evident; stemmata evident; clypeus subtrapezoidal in shape, with 1 posterior clypeal seta and 1 or 2 exterior clypeal setae; preclypeus weakly sclerotized, without setae; labrum with anterior border trilobed and clithra present; epipharynx (Fig.
The three species have single-tipped bacula differing from the trilobed ones described for Ctenomys rionegrensis Langguth and Abella, 1970 in Uruguay and Argentina (Reig et al.
3 cm long, glabrescent; blade shape variable, usually ovate, sagittate, subhastate or slightly to deeply trilobed, lobes ascending to descending, (2.
The operculum, a hinged closure that opens much like a cap on a tube of toothpaste and that has been recorded from non-anthozoans, is circular to trilobed in form (Ostman, 1982).