Having teeth; furnished with teeth.
Having marginal projecting points; dentate.
variously and regularly indented ( c.f. serrate)
(adj.) Notched or indented with small lobes or points along the edge (as on a leaf).
A margin that is broken up into small rather regular segments.
margin with outward pointed lobes; coarsely dentate.
With small teeth used to hold tissue
(leaf) . With moderate projections along the margin. (See also Leaf Margins.)
margin: (leaves) margin having projections or serrations with pointed apices, indented less than one quarter of the distance to the midvein or long axis of the leaf; compare entire margin and lobed margin leaves.
Usually referring to the border of the coin with miniature toothed like pattern around the rim. Similar to beading and shown on the picture at the top of the page but the teeth are 'attached' to the rim.
The margin of the leaf has somewhat regular, shallow indentations. There need not be points
Having sharp teeth along the margins as in hydrilla or naiad leaves.
having teeth especially of a certain number or type; often used in combination; "saw-toothed"
notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
having an irregularly notched or toothed margin as though gnawed
Sawteeth-like projections on the margins of the blade.
A small marginal lobe; as on a saw, dentate.
furnished with short projections, especially when these are sharp.
Saw-edged. See line drawing
Small indentations on the margins of leaves which resemble teeth.
the edge of the leaf or leaflet has small projections resembling a saw blade.
Describes a leaf which has an edge with sharp cuts.
Pointed, tooth-like projections on margins of leaves, coarser than serrations.
having small points along the edges/margins
a general term indicating either dentate or serrate
Having any small, marginal lobe.
Jagged edge, tooth-like (see diagram).