fasciculate definition

  • adjective:
    • Arranged in or formed of fascicles; fascicular.
    • Having fascicles
    • Grouped in a fascicle; fascicled.
    • organized in or formed of fascicles; fascicular.
    • Having fascicles
    • Grouped in a fascicle; fascicled.
    • organized in or formed of fascicles; fascicular.
    • Arranged in or formed of fascicles; fascicular.
    • Having fascicles
    • Having fascicles
    • Grouped in a fascicle; fascicled.
    • Grouped in a fascicle; fascicled.
  • others:
    • Developing in fascicles or clusters.
    • Developing in fascicles or clusters.
    • In entomology: Having dispersed tufts of lengthy hairs, either organized in rows or spread irregularly over the area. See fascicule.
    • In entomology: Having dispersed tufts of long hairs, either arranged in rows or scattered irregularly across surface. See fascicule.
    • divided into many lengthy processes: as, fasciculate palpi.
    • put into many long procedures: as, fasciculate palpi.
    • In mineralogy, occurring in fibrous packages of needle-like crystals.
    • In mineralogy, happening in fibrous bundles of needle-like crystals.
    • Growing in fascicles or clusters.
    • Developing in fascicles or clusters.
    • In entomology: Having dispersed tufts of long hairs, either arranged in rows or spread irregularly within the area. See fascicule.
    • In entomology: Having dispersed tufts of long hairs, either arranged in rows or scattered irregularly over the surface. See fascicule.
    • divided into numerous long processes: as, fasciculate palpi.
    • divided in to numerous long procedures: as, fasciculate palpi.
    • In mineralogy, occurring in fibrous bundles of needle-like crystals.
    • In mineralogy, happening in fibrous bundles of needle-like crystals.

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