Fenestrated

Fe·nes'tra·ted adjective 1. (Architecture) Having windows; characterized by windows. 2. Same as Fenestrate .
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fenestrated

<botany> A type of leaf anatomy with small perforation or transparent spots. Confined to a few tropical monocotyledons which grow on the island of Madagascar. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Fenestrated

• (a.) Having windows; characterized by windows. • (a.) Same as Fenestrate.
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fenestrated

fenestrated 1. In the anatomy, perforated by one or more openings; such as, tissue. 2. Made with windows or similar openings. 3. Having openings or perforations. 4. A description of a moth's wings that have transparent markings.
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fenestrated

Type: Term Pronunciation: fen′es-trāt′ĕd Definitions: 1. Having fenestrae or windowlike openings.
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