Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Divided by a septum or septa.

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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or divided by a septum

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Divided by partition or partitions; having septa.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a septum or septa; partitioned; divided into compartments; septiferous; loculate; specifically, belonging to the Septata.

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  • adj. of or relating to a septum

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Examples

  • A variable, annual, stout, tufted, aquatic, sedge plant, characterised by its lack of leaves, their photosynthetic activity having been transferred to the numerous upright tubular septate stems, 50-100 per plant, which normally reach a height of 0. 9-1.5 m.

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  • The commonly associated defects are: More or less completely septate bladder, atresia ani, or more rarely double anus, double urethra, increased breadth of the bony pelvis with defect of the symphysis pubis, and possibly duplication of the lower end of the spine, and hernia of some of the abdominal contents into a perineal pouch.

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  • Ballantyne and his associates define diphallic terata as individuals provided with two more or less well-formed and more or less separate penises, who may show also other malformations of the adjoining parts and organs (e. g., septate bladder), but who are not possessed of more than two lower limbs.

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  • Ballantyne and his associates define diphallic terata as individuals provided with two more or less well-formed and more or less separate penises, who may show also other malformations of the adjoining parts and organs (e.g., septate bladder), but who are not possessed of more than two lower limbs.

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  • Basidiospores continuous or rarely septate, globose, obovoid, ellipsoidal to oblong, smooth or roughened, hyaline or colored, borne singly at the apex of sterigmata.

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  • Prototaxites fossils have a consistent tubular anatomy, composed of primarily unbranched, non-septate tubes, arranged in concentric or eccentric rings, giving the fossils an appearance similar to that of a cross-section of a tree trunk.

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  • The lateral plasma membrane of wild-type embryos - here stage 16 - is marked by proteins like Fas3 (red) constituting the septate junctions (E).

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  • The adherens junctions of hau and gho mutant larval epidermal cells look loose and the basolateral septate junctions appear to be less complex.

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  • Histologically, the two obvious contact features are the subapical adherens junctions (aj) and the lateral septate junctions (sj).

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  • Conidia were hyaline, aseptate, not becoming septate or darker with age, thin walled and fusiformed and measured 18.93 to 23 X 4 to 4.86.

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