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Crenulate

cren·u·late (kr n y -l t, -l t ) also cren·u·lat·ed (-l t d). adj. Having a margin with very small, low, rounded teeth: a crenulate leaf.

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Crenulate Lead-plant
The crenulate lead-plant was described by Rydberg in 1919, citing his type distinguished only by the presence of crenulate leaf margins. Page. 4-789.
Crenulate lead-plant
Crenulate lead-plant. (Amorpha crenulata).
Sustainable coastal communities: the use of crenulate bay theory at
COASTAL ENGINEERING An analytical model of crenulate shaped
NUMERICAL COMPUTATION OF CRENULATE BAY SHAPE
NUMERICAL COMPUTATION OF CRENULATE BAY SHAPE. Sutat Weesakul1 and Thammanoon Rasmeemasmuang2.

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Indoor gardening: Identifying house plants
Ardisia crenulate has small, deep pink flowers early in the summer. These flowers start out being yellow then turn red. The plant is a tree-like little plant with shiny leaves.

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crenulate - definition of crenulate by the Free Online Dictionary
cren·u·late (kr n y -l t, -l t ) also cren·u·lat·ed (-l t d). adj. Having a margin with very small, low, rounded teeth: a crenulate leaf.
crenulated - definition of crenulated by the Free Online Dictionary
cren·u·late (kr n y -l t, -l t ) also cren·u·lat·ed (-l t d). adj.
Crenulate | Define Crenulate at Dictionary.com
Crenulate definition, minutely crenate, as the margin of certain leaves. See more.
Crenulated - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of CRENULATED. : having an irregularly wavy or serrate outline <a crenulated shoreline>.
What does crenulate mean? definition and meaning (Free English
Definition of crenulate in the AudioEnglish.net Dictionary. Meaning of crenulate.

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