lanceolate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
mızrak biçiminde
mızraksı
{s} mızrak şeklinde
(sıfat) mızrak şeklinde
lanseolat
lanceolate leaf
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İngilizce - İngilizce
Having the general shape of a lance; much longer than wide, with the widest part lower than the middle and a pointed apex
Of a class of knapped stone points, made without a stem, shoulders, notches, or other features that aid in attachment to a shaft
{a} shaped like a lance
Shaped like a lance, much longer than broad, pointed at the tip and widest near the base Leaf - Outgrowth from the stem may consist of two parts, the stalk or petiole (when present) and the blade or leaf proper, which may be single (simple leaf) or divided into leaflets (compound leaf) Leaflet - A segment of a compound leaf Legume - A dry pod-like fruit, belonging to member of the Pea Family, usually dehiscent, opening along longitudinal suture Lenticel - A small, usually corky area on a stem or other part of a plant, which acts as a gas exchange pore Linear - Long, narrow, and parallel-sided Growing in one plane on a stem, like feathers Loam - Textural class name for soils having moderate amounts of sand, silt and clay Lobe - Any protruding part of an organ, as in an oak leaf Having the edge of the leaf deeply but not completely divided
Widening to a maximum near the base and tapering to a point at the apex
lance-shaped; about 4 times as long as wide and widest below the middle
Narrow, as a lance, with tapering ends
Shaped like a lance-head, several times longer than wide, broadest above the base and narrowed to the apex lax Loose; so weak as to be scarcely self-supporting
Shaped like the head of a lance or leaves; narrow and tapered toward the the distal end and sometimes towards both ends A term used to describe a major projectile point form that has no notches or shoulders or definable stem Bases can be round, straight, concave, convex A sub-type form of Lanceolate could be Lanceolate-Triangular
Narrow and gradually tapering toward the outer extremity, or shaped like a lance Back
lance-shaped, usually two or three times longer than broad
{s} resembling a lance; narrow and pointed at the end (of a leaf, etc.)
lanced-shaped, tapering slowly to a point at the apex and sometimes at the base
Lance-shaped, several times longer than wide and tapering at both ends Widest about a third above the base See drawing of leaf shapes
much longer than wide, with the broader end near the base
A type of leaf shape This leaf is lance-shaped; it is much longer than it is wide, widest below the middle, and tapering to a pointed apex [16]
widening above the base and tapering to apex (Lawrence)
Flattened lance shaped e g Paradermamoeba
Lance shaped, broadest at base of leaf blade Much longer than broad, tapers to the leaf tip
Shaped like the point of a lance; describes a leaf or pedal
Much longer than wide; widest below the middle and tapering to both ends or rounded at the base
a (L lancea, a lance) shaped like a lance; broadest toward the base and narrowed to the apex, several times longer than wide
Shaped like a lance blade That is, pointed, much longer than wide and widest below the middle
shaped like a lance, much longer than wide
spear shaped
Shape or outline like the head of a spear; pointed at both ends and widest below the middle
means shaped like the head of a lance; tapering to a point, and is often used in referring to the shape of certain leaves
of a leaf shape; shaped like a lance head; narrow and tapering to a pointed apex
Lance-like
lance-shaped; much longer than wide, widened at or above the base and tapering to the apex
Rather narrow, tapering to a point at the apex, and sometimes at the base also; as, a lanceolate leaf
lanceolar
lanceolate leaf
shaped like a lance head; tapering to a point at each end
lanceolate spleenwort
a spleenwort of western Europe
lanceolate

    Heceleme

    lan·ce·o·late

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    länsiıleyt

    Telaffuz

    /ˈlansēəˌlāt/ /ˈlænsiːəˌleɪt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'lan(t)-sE-&-"lAt ] (adjective.) circa 1760. Late Latin lanceolatus, from Latin lanceola, diminutive of lancea.

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