lobate


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having or resembling a lobe or lobes

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having deeply indented margins but with lobes not entirely separate from each other

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NUMBER OF FEMALES AND MALE PARASITOIDS USED IN ACCEPTANCE TESTS OF THE INVASIVE LOBATE LAC SCALE ON DIFFERENT HOST PLANTS.
These lobate scarps can help the team reconstruct the tectonic and thermal history of the moon over the past billion years.
These results support the hypothesis that lobate debris aprons and lineated valley fill are debris-covered glaciers and that many hundreds of meters of ice remain in these deposits today on Mars.
From this stock the subgenus Gunnera evolved unicellular trichomes, reniform leaves with bases becoming lobate, a "trichotomous" midvein, moderate-sized primaries, reticulate orthogonal tertiaries, teeth with admedial veins of a lower order than the principal vein, and secondaries originating at increasingly obtuse angles apically.
Such relatively large, lobate spines are quite distinct from the small, antler-like spines observed in the Afrorhytida spermatophore.
Sediments were collected from fifteen dune-beach profiles surveyed along the shoreline of a washover lobate formation on the bayside of Island Beach State Pack, New Jersey.
Lobate scarps are cliffs caused by thrust faults that have broken the surface and reach up to nearly 2 miles high.
Molecular analysis of the lobate lac scales from Florida, Christmas Island, Cuba, and the Bahamas found them to be identical (Schroer et al.
Lobate scarps form when a planet or moon cools and contracts.
parkinsoniana (d'Orbigny 1839); and (3) A smaller, more lobate morphotype that has neither ornamentation nor an umbilical plug (Figures 2h, i), also first described from the Caribbean.
Scientists have identified 14 landforms called lobate scarps scattered over the surface of the Moon, explained Thomas R.
Fourteen new lobate scarps have now been identified by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft, researchers reported in the journal Science.
Thomas R Watters of the Centre for Earth and Planetary Studies at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museums said scientists have identified 14 landforms called lobate scarps scattered over the surface of the moon.
Generic diagnosis: head and body naked; pelvic fins united to small cup-like disc, anterior membrane lobate with pair of pointed posterior projections; teeth pointed; head and body deep and compressed; body and fins with thick mucous coat.