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- adj. Having two lobes; bilobate
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Bilobate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as bilobate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having two lobes
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Eight weeks post-op from a bilobed flap reconstruction after a Mohs procedure for superficial basal cell carcinoma.
I had a bilobed flap done about a year ago and lost the tip of my nose to BBC.
Among the shrubs and trees that are not prickly the Apocynaceae were most abundant, their bilobed fruits of varied form and colour and often of most tempting appearance, hanging everywhere by the waysides as if to invite to destruction the weary traveller who may be unaware of their poisonous properties.
The abdomen velvety black; the base truncate, the truncation smooth and shining; its margin carinate; the upper surface of the basal segment yellowish-white, a broad bilobed fascia of the same colour at the apical margin of the second segment; the apex ferruginous.
Epilobe: of mentum in Carabidae, really corresponds to a partially divided ligula: a lateral appendage of a bilobed mentum.
I have seen similar instances in the common Elm, _Ulmus campestris_, and also in the common nettle, _Urtica dioica_, the leaves of which latter thus resembled those of _Urtica biloba_, which are habitually bilobed at the summit.
It consists of a compact mass of cells, now showing a bilobed structure in its anterior end, and extending through about twenty-five ten-micron sections.
About the sixth month of fetal life, two centers make their appearance in the base of this process: they are placed laterally, and join before birth to form a conical bilobed mass deeply cleft above; the interval between the sides of the cleft and the summit of the process is formed by a wedge-shaped piece of cartilage.
Stigma peltate, sometimes bilobed, sometimes 4-lobed.
Style simple, enlarging at the base in a bilobed stigma.