reticulate

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To distribute or move via a network
To create a network
Network-like in form or appearance
To divide into or form a network
{a} made of or like network, open
Resembling network; having the form or appearance of a net; netted; as, a reticulated structure
Usually used in herpetology with reference to a color pattern, which has linear markings resembling the meshes of a net (Peters 1964)
divide so as to form a network distribute by a network, as of water or electricity form a net or a network resembling or forming a network; "the reticulate veins of a leaf"; "a reticulated highway system
Flattened branching cell extensions that fuse leaving spaces between them e g Leptomyxa
{s} similar to a net, like a net, that resembles a network; that forms a network
{f} create a network, form into a network, distribute by a network
Marked with a network pattern, usually of veins
Covered with net-like ridges
Interconnecting, like a network
looking like a net-work, seeds of various passiflora are reticulate
a (L reticulatus, latticed) like network
form a net or a network
divide so as to form a network
distribute by a network, as of water or electricity
resembling or forming a network; "the reticulate veins of a leaf"; "a reticulated highway system"
Having veins, fibers, or lines crossing like the threads or fibers of a network; as, a reticulate leaf; a reticulated surface; a reticulated wing of an insect
in the form of a network, as the veins of a leaf
Like a net, netted venation
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Characterized by or having the form of a grid or network

reticulated python.

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A network of criss-crossing lines, strands, cables or pipes

The students studied the reticulation of the veins in the leaf.

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Having veins, fibers, or lines crossing like the threads or fibers of a network; as, a reticulate leaf; a reticulated surface; a reticulated wing of an insect
reticulated
resembling or forming a network; "the reticulate veins of a leaf"; "a reticulated highway system"
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{s} formed into a network
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Patterned, often in a net-like design
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This word means "looks like a net," and is used to describe the pattern of spots on some animals For example, there are reticulated giraffes and reticulated pythons
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A net-like pattern
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Resembling network; having the form or appearance of a net; netted; as, a reticulated structure
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forming or covered with a pattern of squares and lines that looks like a net (reticulatus, from reticulum )
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The formation of a coarse, crackled surface on the emulsion coating of a film during improper processing If some process solution is too hot or too alkaline, it may cause excessive swelling of the emulsion and this swollen gelatin may fail to dry down as a smooth homogeneous layer
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the conveyancing of a utility by dedicated line to the consumer e g water supply pipelines in a town; sewer pipelines in a town; power and telephone lines
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Occurs during processing when the emulsion becomes cracked or distorted The cause is usually exaggerated temperature variance or differences in chemical activity between solutions
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A network of criss-crossing lines or strands
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an arrangement resembling a net or network; "the reticulation of a leaf"; "the reticulation of a photographic emulsion"
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The quality or state of being reticulated, or netlike; that which is reticulated; network; an organization resembling a net
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A connection on a family tree between two different lineages such that a child node has two parents Strict trees do not have reticulation, and reticulated trees are really networks In biology, reticulation is the result of hybridization or lateral gene transfer In textual criticism, reticulation is called contamination or mixture
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Connection between lineages that had previously branched (can be represented graphically by a network)
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The existing network or system used to convey stormwater Return period (see AEP) The predicted period (measured in years) that a storm event of similar severity is expected to return
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{i} network
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  A crinkling of the gelatin emulsion on film that can be caused by extreme temperature changes during processing
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Joining of separate lineages on a phylogenetic tree, generally through hybridization or through lateral gene transfer Fairly common in certain land plant clades; reticulation is thought to be rare among metazoans
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(photography) the formation of a network of cracks or wrinkles in a photographic emulsion
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Cracking or distorting of the emulsion during processing, usually caused by wide temperature or chemical-activity differences between the solutions
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A wrinkled surface texture achieved by heating metal to a melting point caused by differential shrinking in the cooling of the interior and exterior metals
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an arrangement resembling a net or network; "the reticulation of a leaf"; "the reticulation of a photographic emulsion" (photography) the formation of a network of cracks or wrinkles in a photographic emulsion
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