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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30 m) in monospecific plantations of Acacia mangium, Dipteryx odorata, Jacaranda copaia, Parkia decussate, and Swietenia macrophytta, and in areas of native forest and pasture in Itacoatiara, Amazonas, Brazil.
6-10): syntergosternite slender, semicircular, epandrium wide; surstylus wide rounded with a triangular inner process; hypandrium narrow; pregonites short narrow subuliform and postgonites in form of a pair of long broad knife-like sclerites, decussate apically; phallus with a W-shaped sclerite and 2 pairs of slender subuliform processes in ventral view; phallapodeme short claviform and oblique backwards.
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.
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.
The fibers that decussate are called the lateral corticospinal tract or the lateral pyramidal tract.
5 mm), decussate, PI(An37)-Qz (An37)-Bt-Mcl gneiss; some myrmekite; mineralogical banding but no obvious foliation (alignment) of Bt.
Decussate attack Helicopters nave nevertheless evolved as expensive ($ 25 million plus) tank-killers that lack operational flexibility.
According to these cases, they described the course of the facial corticobulbar tract as consisting of looping fibers that descend at least to the medullary level and then decussate.
At the chiasm approximately half of the nerve fibres from each eye decussate (cross-over) to the opposite side of the brain tissue en route to each occipital lobe.
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