Definición de mucronate en inglés:


Saltos de línea: mu¦cron|ate
Pronunciación: /ˈmjuːkrənət


Botany & Zoology
  • Ending abruptly in a short sharp point or mucro.
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    • As discussed above, Carter retained Spirifer to include these species having a transversely subtrigonal to subsemicircular outline and alate, mucronate, or angular cardinal extremities in all growth stages.
    • The strongly transverse mucronate outline was one of the major criteria used by Crickmay to erect Regelia.
    • Zuckia and Grayia are further grouped by the perennial habit, the unique occurrence of sub-bladder type trichomes, conspicuous axillary buds, mucronate leaf apices, circular seeds, and exfoliating branches.


late 18th century: from Latin mucronatus, from mucro, mucron- 'point'.

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