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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Inflorescences simple, without vegetative leaves, mostly borne on leafy stems but occasionally on leafless stems, in axils of current leaves or after fall of the subtending leaf, 1.5-6 cm long, containing 6-8(12) flowers with the flowers decussate or distally in no consistent order, the axes densely and persistently velutinous or tomentose or occasionally loosely sericeous; bracts 1.5-5 mm long, triangular or ovate, abaxially tomentose, adaxially glabrous, eglandular; peduncle 1-3 mm long; bracteoles like bracts but smaller, 1-2 mm long, one of the pair usually bearing a large abaxial gland; pedicel 3-7 mm long.
The lesion was expected to be located in the left part of the brainstem because vestibulocochlear nerves do not decussate and because vestibular nuclei have been described in birds to be localized from the pons to the medulla oblongata.
Several unrelated subshrub species also converge either by an ericoid habit, by leaves congested at the branch apices, and by decussate phyllotaxis.
Once in the medulla they cross to the contralateral side of the brain (decussate) and the pathway continues to the contralateral ventral posterior lateral nucleus of the thalamus prior arrival at the primary somatosensory cortex for processing.
The crack through point 4 may propagate along x direction or y direction due to the coupling effect between the dynamic stress wave and reflected stress wave, which confirms that the initiation and propagation of the radial and spall crack are decussate just as shown in Figure 3.
-Greens such as buxus sempervirens (dark-green boxwood, small leaves), Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Boulevard' Sawara False Cypress (soft, feathery, blue foliage), Ilex verticillata 'Winter Gold' Winterberry Holly (orangey- gold fruit) or Microbiota decussate Russian Arborvitae (purplish hued foliage).
Leaves are simple and opposite, decussate, coriaceous, broadly ovate, 9-15cm long and 5-10cm wide.
Browne and Topobea Aubl, both characterized by baccate fruits, axillary flowers with two pairs of decussate bracts, and ovoid to pyramidal seeds.
Diagnosis: Spire very low, shell almost planorboid, body whorl not conspicuously tumescent, umbilicus very wide; columella lip weakly reflected, but not broadly expanded over umbilicus; sculpture finely decussate, comprising low, close-set spiral ridges crossed by similar axial pliculae; yellowish white with traces of fine orange-brown spiral lines.
At the pyramids in the inferior part of the medulla, 85% to 90% of cortico-spinal fibers decussate, or cross to the other side of the brain.
Kellys Mountain Gneiss DM91-01 Bt-PI gneiss m.g (0.1-0.5 mm), decussate, PI(An37)-Qz (An37)-Bt-Mcl gneiss; some myrmekite; mineralogical banding but no obvious foliation (alignment) of Bt.
ex Kunth (Bignoniaceae) (common name, Guaran amarillo), is a shrub or small tree that grows 3-6 m tall, with leaves decussate with elliptic-lanceolate and serrated edges, and it blooms from August to October [40] (Figure 8(c)).
Decussate attack Helicopters nave nevertheless evolved as expensive ($ 25 million plus) tank-killers that lack operational flexibility.