Apiculate

• (a.) Alt. of Apiculated
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apiculate

adjective of a leaf shape; having a short sharply pointed tip
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apiculate

ending abruptly in a short sharp point
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apiculate

Ending in a short, sharp point.
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apiculate

ending in a short, slender projection.
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apiculate

ending in a small apex or point
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Apiculate

ending in an abrupt slender tip which is not stiff
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Apiculate

ending in an abrupt slender tip which is not stiff
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Apiculate

having an acute tip
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Apiculate

having an acute tip
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apiculate

Having an apical point or apiculus.
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apiculate

terminating in a short sharp flexible point; less abrupt than mucronate.
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apiculate

Terminating in a short, sharp, flexible point. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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apiculate

Type: Term Pronunciation: ā-pik′yū-lāt Definitions: 1. Terminated abruptly by a small point.
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Apiculate

With a short, abrupt point at the tip.
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apiculate

[adj] - of a leaf shape
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