connate

[adj] - (biology) of similar parts or organs 2. [adj] - related in nature
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Connate

Fused into a single structure at the base.
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Connate

Con'nate adjective [ Latin connatus ; con- + natus born, past participle of nasci . See Cognate .] 1. Born with another; being of the same birth. 2. Congenital; existing from birth. ' Connate notions.' South. « A differ...
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connate

Fused to another organ (or other organs) of the same kind. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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connate

adjective of similar parts or organs; closely joined or united; `a connate tomato flower`
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Connate

• (a.) Congenitally united; growing from one base, or united at their bases; united into one body; as, connate leaves or athers. See Illust. of Connate-perfoliate. • (a.) Born with another; being of the same birth. • (a.) Congenital; existing from birth.
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connate

connate, connately Born together.
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Connate

describing similar structures that are joined or grown together (compare adnate)
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connate

fused to another organ (or organs) of the same kind; e.g. petals in a floral tube; cf. adnate.
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Connate

Fused together along the margins.
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Connate

Union of like parts.
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connate

fused to another organ of the same kind. cf. adherent, adnate, coherent
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Connate

United or joined; in particular, like or similar structures joined as one body or organ.
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Connate

groups of similar parts united at their bases
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connate

Joined, united; fused at the base or along the margins; a useful character for identifying some species of Prasophyllum which have connate lateral sepals.
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Connate

groups of similar parts united at their bases
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connate

congenitally or firmly united
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Connate

Describing similar structures that are joined or grown together (compare adnate)
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