serrulate

[ ser-yuh-lit, -leyt, ser-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF serrulate

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In some other plants the edges are serrulate, crenulate, etc.

Besides, the sterile fronds of the latter have serrulate segments.

Broadest at the base, with lanceolate, serrulate divisions united by a broad wing.

Palea distinctly toothed at the apex, making it almost three-lobed and very characteristic; with awn-point; five ribs, serrulate.

The glumes may remain attached: the outer has a serrulate keel, and often a violet hue.

Serrulata means saw-bearing, so named from the serrulate character of the gills.

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