cuneate

[ kyoo-nee-it, -eyt or kyoo-nee-ey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF cuneate

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In shape they are mostly of some form referable to the cuneate form.

At the time of metamorphosis, young are dark brown with specks of black and with a dark, cuneate, leaflike middorsal mark.

Tail very short, rounded or cuneate, of fourteen or more feathers.

Divisions few, stalked, from cuneate to roundish-ovate, toothed or incised at the apex.

The lesion is one of the left occipital cortex in the cuneate lobe and the neighbourhood of the calcarine fissure.

Such a loss agrees with a lesion involving the upper part of the cuneate lobe above the calcarine fissure.

Valve linear, with cuneate ends; otherwise as in S. pinnata.

Valve rhombic-lanceolate, with cuneate ends and produced apices.

Valve symmetrical in zone and valve view along the sagittal line, but asymmetrical to the transverse axis, cuneate.

Valve clavate, with cuneate, acute apex; axial area distinct; central area unilateral with one stigma.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CUNEATE

triangular

adjectivehaving three angles
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