Toothed; especially, with the teeth projecting straight out, not pointed either forward or backward; as, a dentate leaf.
Having teeth or toothlike points. See Illust. of Antennæ.
Toothed, having a sharp, saw-like edge
a. (L. dens, a tooth) toothed, with large saw-like teeth on the margin pointing outward, not forward.
toothed or jagged
(see: Leaf Shapes graphic.)
Toothed, usually with the sharp teeth pointed outward.
Latin dens = tooth, hence, having a toothed margin.
Leaf type. See Serrated.
a term used when the teeth on the margins of a leaf are rather large.
teeth on the leaf margin whose apices are perpendicular to the margin and do not point forward; tooth-like notches to the margin
Leaves with sharp, outward-pointing teeth surrounding the entire edge. [SR
with tooth-like notches
having toothlike projections in the margin
Having marginal teeth pointing outward, perpendicular to the margin.
dentatus (tooth shaped).
(adj.) Describes a leaf whose margins have teeth that point out.
toothed with the teeth directed outward.
of margins, toothed.
Toothed: refering to leaf margins with toothed edges.
L. dentatus, toothed. Dentate nucleus of cerebellum; dentate gyrus of hippocampal formation.
(L. dentatus, toothed). Notched muscles, e.g., the serrati.
A toothed leaf margin with the teeth projecting outward.
Having marginal teeth whose apices are perpendicular to the margin and do not point forward.
Having one or more natural teeth present in the mouth. Individuals with only natural roots of teeth (e.g., patients with overdenture) are considered dentate as they are subject to caries, periodontal disease and other dental diseases.
margins with round or sharp, coarse teeth that point outwards at right angles to mid-rib or mid-vein, cut 1/16 - 1/8 distance to mid-rib or mid-vein.
toothed, usually refering to a leaf margin.
Sharply toothed, with the teeth pointing straight out from the margin.
With teeth, but strictly the teeth should be equal sided and pointing directly outwards (see serrate). Parent Term: Serrated Plural: Teeth Synonyms: Tooth Difficulty Level: Show examples
Toothed or tooth-like
Appearing strongly serrate or ‘toothed.' The subterminal line on fws of many species of the noctuid genus Polia is dentate.
Toothed, especially with outwardly projecting teeth.
with sharp teeth perpendicular to the leaf margin
Toothed with point outward directed.
when a leaf, for instance, has a coarsely-toothed edge.
With spreading pointed teeth.
zigzag or saw-toothed parapet designed to direct fire obliquely left and right across the front, designed to create interlocking fields of fire. See Cremaillière Line.
'toothed,' e.g. dentate nucleus of cerebellum ( Ch. 2), dentate gyrus in the temporal lobe ( Ch. 29).