decussate


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Synonyms for decussate

to pass through or over

Synonyms for decussate

cross or intersect so as to form a cross

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crossed or intersected in the form of an X

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The new species is distinctly different from other species of the subgenus by the pregonites having a pair of short narrow subuliform processes and the postgonites having a pair of long broad knife-like processes, decussate apically; the phallus being consisting of a W-shaped sclerite and 2 pairs of slender subuliform processes in ventral view.
thesauri has much deeper whorls, a higher spire, narrower umbilicus, irregular scale-like subsutural pliculae and lacks the finely decussate microsculpture of T.
strong ocellar bristles, decussate postocellars, cluster of setulae on anterior of frons and two rows of postocular setae).
A remarkable maize mutant, aberrant phyllotaxy1 (abph1) displays a decussate phyllotactic pattern (leaves are paired at 180[degrees] and the following leaf pair develops at a 90[degrees] angle) while wild type maize develops as distichous (alternating leaf initiation) plants.
Scutellar posterior pair of bristles not decussate.
for instance, shows 30% decussate and 70% tetrahedral tetrads in the same specimen; a single rhomboidal uniplanar tetrad has
Leaves alternate, decussate, or whorled, sometimes distally clustered on shoots, entire to serrate, and often with margins strongly revolute and leaves needle-like (i.
Swamy and Bailey (1949) and Endress (1993) determined that this aggregation is an inflorescence, based on the suture positions and also on the fact that the carpels are in an approximately decussate arrangement, not at the same level, and that each has a membranous bract at the base.
Morphologically the subtending, decussate lateral appendages in pim flowers (presepal) seem homologous with bracteoles, as seen in Sophora japonicum (Tucker & Douglas, 1994).
5 cm long, subtended by 10 persistent, decussate, ovate, keeled scales; arils ovoid or ellipsoid, 1.
Ensis spp, Ruditapes decussate, Solen marginatus), peppery furrow shell (Scobicularia phma), carpet shell (Venerupis vellastra), cockles (Cerastoderma edule), scallops (Patinopecten yessoensis), and oysters (Crassostrea japonica) (Jorgensen et al.
It has been noted that cadmium continuously accumulated in the digestive gland of bivalve Rnditapes decussates, whereas in the gills and remaining tissues, the accumulation attenuated with time (Serafim & Bebianno 2007).
Response of antioxidant systems to copper in the gills of the clam Ruditapes decussates.
Effect of geographic origin, temperature and timing of broodstock collection on conditioning, spawning success and larval viability of Ruditapes decussates (Linne, 1758).