Cupule

a petroglyph in the shape of a 'cup' (or the bottom half of a sphere) in stone usually about 2 inches (5cm) and about 5/8ths inch deep found all over the world

Cupule

A cupule is a small structure shaped like a cup, including: ...
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Cupule

• (n.) A sucker or acetabulum. • (n.) A cuplet or little cup, as of the acorn; the husk or bur of the filbert, chestnut, etc.
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cupule

<botany, plant biology> A cuplike structure in plants (such as the little cup holding an acorn) which is made of hardened, joined bracts. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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cupule

(from the article `Fagales`) ...Balanopaceae (Balanopsidaceae)—make up the order. (The latter family is placed in a separate order, the Balanopales, by Armen Takhtajan.) The most ... ...of a seed-fern ovule, suggesting that transport of the sperm through a pollen tube (siphonogamy) was in existence as far back as the Paleozoic. In ...
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cupule

noun a sucker on the feet of certain flies
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Cupule

Cu'pule noun [ See Cupola .] 1. (Botany) A cuplet or little cup, as of the acorn; the husk or bur of the filbert, chestnut, etc. 2. (Zoology) A sucker or acetabulum.
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Cupule

a cup-shaped involucre, as in an acorn
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Cupule

a cup-shaped involucre, as in an acorn
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cupule

[n] - cup-shaped structure of hardened bracts at the base of an acorn 2. [n] - a sucker on the feet of certain flies
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