Canaliculate
Canaliculate Can`a*lic"u*late, Canaliculated Can`a*lic"u*la`ted, a. [L. canaliculatus channeled, fr. canaliculus, dim. of canalis. See {Canal}.] Having a channel or groove, as in the leafstalks of most palms. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • canaliculate — [kan΄ə lik′yo͞olərkan΄ə lik′yo͞o lit, kan΄ə lik′yo͞olāt΄] adj. 〚L canaliculatus: see CANALICULUS〛 Biol. having a groove or grooves: also canaliculated [kan΄ə lik′yo͞olāt΄id] or canalicular [kan΄ə lik′yo͞o …   Universalium

  • canaliculate — [kan΄ə lik′yo͞olərkan΄ə lik′yo͞o lit, kan΄ə lik′yo͞olāt΄] adj. [L canaliculatus: see CANALICULUS] Biol. having a groove or grooves: also canaliculated [kan΄ə lik′yo͞olāt΄id] or canalicular [kan΄ə lik′yo͞olər] …   English World dictionary

  • canaliculate — adjective having thin parallel channels canaliculate leafstalks of certain plants • Similar to: ↑furrowed, ↑rugged …   Useful english dictionary

  • canaliculate — adj. [L. dim. canalis, channel] Having longitudinal grooves, channels or sutures …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • canaliculate — adjective Channeled lengthwise; grooved …   Wiktionary

  • canaliculate — adj. with one or more thin grooves or channels running lengthwise …   English contemporary dictionary

  • canaliculate —   Longitudinally channeled or grooved, e.g. the leaflets of Ceratozamia mirandae …   Expanded glossary of Cycad terms

  • canaliculate — can·a·lic·u·late …   English syllables

  • Canaliculated — Canaliculate Can a*lic u*late, Canaliculated Can a*lic u*la ted, a. [L. canaliculatus channeled, fr. canaliculus, dim. of canalis. See {Canal}.] Having a channel or groove, as in the leafstalks of most palms. [1913 Webster] || …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Nepenthes villosa — Upper pitcher of Nepenthes villosa from Mount Kinabalu Conservation status …   Wikipedia

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