Aristate

A·ris'tate adjective [ Latin aristatus , from arista . See Arista .] 1. (Botany) Having a pointed, beardlike process, as the glumes of wheat; awned. Gray. 2. (Zoology) Having a slender, sharp, or spinelike tip.
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aristate

Having a stiff, bristle-like appendage or tip. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Aristate

• (a.) Having a pointed, beardlike process, as the glumes of wheat; awned. • (a.) Having a slender, sharp, or spinelike tip.
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aristate

aristate 1. Provided with awns or with a well-developed bristle. 2. Having a beard-like appendage; awned (having awns; that is, bristle-like, or hair-like, appendages on the flowering parts of some cereals and grasses.
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Aristate

The tip is a stiff, sharp bristle.
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Aristate

with an awn or stiff bristle, typically at the apex
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Aristate

Tapered to an awned or bristlelike tip.
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aristate

with a stiff, bristle-like awn or tip.
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aristate

having a stiff, bristle-like tip
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aristate

Last segment enlarged and bearing a conspicuous dorsal bristle
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Aristate

The tip is a stiff, sharp bristle.
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Aristate

having a long, narrow projection with bristles
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aristate

Having a stiffish bristle-shaped appendage, awn-like.
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Aristate

having a long, narrow projection with bristles
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Aristate

with an awn or stiff bristle, typically at the apex
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