Pectinate

• (a.) Alt. of Pectinated
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pectinate

(pek┬┤tĭ-nāt) comb-shaped.
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pectinate

adjective like a comb
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pectinate

adjective, from Latin pecten = a comb; applied to structures having the appearance of parallel teeth arising from a straight back (musculi pectinati), or the sellar appearance of the superior pubic ramus, which may have resembled the body of antique combs.
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pectinate

comb-like, often used to describe antennae with numerous fine branches arranged asymetrically along one side of antennal segments.
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pectinate

Comb-like. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Pectinate

Comb-like; bearing numerous tooth-like projections as in the middle claw of nightjars.
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Pectinate

comblike (structure on one side of central toenail)
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pectinate

Comblike; most segments with long, slender processes
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Pectinate

describing a pinnatifid leaf whose segments are narrow and arranged like the teeth of a comb
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Pectinate

describing a pinnatifid leaf whose segments are narrow and arranged like the teeth of a comb
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Pectinate

Having branches which arise from the main axis like the teeth of a comb: usually applied to antennae.
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Pectinate

Having closely parallel, slender, toothlike projections like a comb.
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Pectinate

having tooth-like projections on toes or the middle claw (e.g., Barn Owl)
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Pectinate

like the teeth of a comb
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Pectinate

like the teeth of a comb
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Pectinate

Of many segments; like the teeth of a comb.
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pectinate

pinnately divided with narrow segments closely set like the teeth of a comb.
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pectinate

pinnatifid with narrow segments set closely like the teeth of a comb
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pectinate

Type: Term Pronunciation: pek′ti-nāt Definitions: 1. Combed; comb-shaped. 2. mycology a particular type of branching hyphae in cultures of dermatophytes. Synonyms: pectiniform
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pectinate

With branches like the teeth of a comb (see also antennae, claws)
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pectinate

[adj] - like a comb
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