Definición de resupinate en inglés:

resupinate

Saltos de línea: re|su¦pin|ate
Pronunciación: /rɪˈsuːpɪneɪt
 
, -ˈsjuː-/

adjetivo

Botany
(Of a leaf, flower, fruiting body, etc.) upside down.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The flowers are resupinate, protandrous and last for 2 days.
  • It should be noted that typical K. kulumbensis has a Strophomena-lype resupinate shell (the ventral valve being largely concave) bearing sharp, divaricate costae.
  • Santanghuia has resupinate shells, a semicircular outline, a catacline ventral interarea and the delicate ornament of Chonostrophiella, however, the internal dorsal anderidium arrangement of Santanghuia is highly distinctive.

Origen

late 18th century: from Latin resupinatus 'bent back', past participle of resupinare, based on supinus 'lying on the back'.

Derivativos

resupination

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • All branches of this family have species with resupinate flowers, so resupination was almost certainly present from the beginning in this family, in order to create the unique orchid arrangement of floral parts.
  • All branches of this family have species with resupinate flowers, so resupination was almost certainly present from the beginning in this family, in order to create the unique orchid arrangement of floral parts.
  • Thinking about it a little more, I realized that galeate columneas, for instance, must practice resupination too; otherwise flowers from hanging stems would be upside down.

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