decussate

[adj] - crossed or intersected in the form of an X 2. [v] - cross or intersect so as to form a cross
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Decussate

De·cus'sate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Decussated ; present participle & verbal noun Decussating .] [ Latin decussatus , past participle of decussare to cross like an X, from decussis (orig. equiv...
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decussate

In pairs, with successive pairs borne at right angles to each other. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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decussate

intersectant adjective crossed or intersected in the form of an X
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decussate

(de-kus´āt) to cross in the form of an X. crossed like the letter X.
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Decussate

• (v. t.) To cross at an acute angle; to cut or divide in the form of X; to intersect; -- said of lines in geometrical figures, rays of light, nerves, etc. • (a.) Alt. of Decussated
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decussate

Type: Term Pronunciation: dē-kŭs′āt Definitions: 1. To cross. 2. Crossed like the arms of an X.
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Decussate

arranged in pairs along the stem with each pair at right angles to the one above and below
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decussate

opposite, with successive pairs borne at right angles to the last; generally applied to the arrangement of leaves.
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Decussate

Describing opposite leaves that alternate at right angles to the pairs directly above and below them.
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decussate

having paired organs with successive pairs at right angles to give four rows
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Decussate

Opposite leaves in four rows up and down the stem; alternating in pairs at right angles.
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decussate

to divide in the form of an X; to cross or intersect
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