from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Arranged in or formed of fascicles; fascicular.
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- adj. Having fascicles
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Grouped in a fascicle; fascicled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Growing in fascicles or clusters.
- In entomology: Having dispersed tufts of long hairs, either arranged in rows or scattered irregularly over the surface. See fascicule.
- Split into many long processes: as, fasciculate palpi.
- In mineralogy, occurring in fibrous bundles of needle-like crystals.
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The above is obvious in flowers which from elongation of the axis of inflorescence, have fasciculate or aggregate flowers.
The leaves are of a dark shining green colour, richly cut -- as the specific name implies -- after the style of the Aconites; the roots are fasciculate, long, and fleshy.
Spikelets are solitary, binate or fasciculate, 2-flowered, jointed on the pedicel and awned.
Ray DS (2008) Structure of discontinuities in kinetoplast DNA-associated minicircles during S phase in Crithidia fasciculate.
If two crossing dendrites fasciculate with innervating axons, then synaptic density will be higher at and near the contact area, producing a gradient of glutamate.
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