reticulate

[ adjective ri-tik-yuh-lit, -leyt; verb ri-tik-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF reticulate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RETICULATE

The stem is subequal, cespitose, reticulate to the base, pulverulent below.

Reticulate: In the form of a network, like the veins of a leaf (Fig. 146, a).

The wall on the north side, of reticulate work, can be distinguished in Fig. 55.

The like Reticulate grain is observable in some Russia Leather.

They are usually arranged so as to form a reticulate skeleton.

Under the lens the warted, not reticulate, spores are diagnostic.

Tarsus about length of femur, reticulate at back and generally in front.

Surrounding the uterine crypts are reticulate ridges on which are placed the openings of the uterine glands.

The central area of the cheek is characterized by a reticulate pattern of short ridges, without apparent orientation.

The polygonal vesicles give a reticulate appearance to the dark-brown patches which ornament the surface of the wall.

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