fastigiate definition

  • adjective:
    • Botany Having erect and virtually parallel branches tapering toward the most notable, as with the Lombardy poplar.
    • Erect and parallel
    • Having closely-bunched erect parallel branches
    • Characterized by a fastigium, a cavity breaking up the intexine from sexine nearby the endoaperture of a colporate pollen grain.
    • Tapering to a spot
    • Narrowing towards the top.
    • Clustered, parallel, and upright, given that branches associated with the Lombardy poplar; pointed.
    • United into a conical bundle, or into big money with an enlarged mind, like a sheaf of grain.
    • having groups of erect branches (frequently showing up to make just one column)
    • Botany Having erect and very nearly parallel limbs tapering toward the most notable, as in the Lombardy poplar.
    • Botany Having erect and practically synchronous limbs tapering toward the very best, as with the Lombardy poplar.
    • Erect and synchronous
    • Erect and parallel
    • Having closely-bunched erect parallel limbs
    • Having closely-bunched erect synchronous branches
    • described as a fastigium, a cavity splitting the intexine from sexine nearby the endoaperture of a colporate pollen grain.
    • described as a fastigium, a cavity dividing the intexine from sexine nearby the endoaperture of a colporate pollen whole grain.
    • Tapering to a spot
    • Tapering to a place
    • Narrowing towards top.
    • Narrowing towards the top.
    • Clustered, parallel, and upright, once the branches for the Lombardy poplar; pointed.
    • Clustered, parallel, and upright, since the limbs associated with the Lombardy poplar; pointed.
    • United into a conical bundle, or into a lot of money with an enlarged mind, like a sheaf of grain.
    • United into a conical bundle, or into big money with an enlarged mind, like a sheaf of wheat.
    • having clusters of erect limbs (often showing up to form one column)
    • having clusters of erect limbs (frequently appearing to make one column)
    • Botany Having erect and practically synchronous limbs tapering toward the utmost effective, as with the Lombardy poplar.
    • Erect and parallel
    • Having closely-bunched erect parallel branches
    • described as a fastigium, a cavity splitting the intexine from sexine near the endoaperture of a colporate pollen grain.
    • Tapering to a place
    • Narrowing towards the top.
    • Clustered, parallel, and upright, since the limbs of the Lombardy poplar; directed.
    • United into a conical bundle, or into a lot of money with an enlarged mind, like a sheaf of wheat.
    • having clusters of erect branches (usually appearing to make just one line)
  • noun:
    • A tree or shrub with erect, synchronous branches.
    • A tree or shrub with erect, synchronous branches.
    • A tree or shrub with erect, parallel limbs.
    • A tree or shrub with erect, synchronous limbs.
  • others:
    • Pointed; increasing around a point; narrowed to the top, as a sloping roofing; sloping upward to a summit, point, or side.
    • Specifically—2. In botany, having the branches parallel and erect, as with the Lombardy poplar.
    • 3. In zoology, tapering regularly to a more or less severe apex.
    • Pointed; rising as much as a spot; narrowed into top, as a sloping roof; sloping upward to a summit, point, or edge.
    • Pointed; rising around a point; narrowed to your top, as a sloping roofing; sloping upward to a summit, point, or edge.
    • Specifically—2. In botany, having the branches parallel and erect, as in the Lombardy poplar.
    • 3. In zoology, tapering frequently to a more or less acute apex.
    • Specifically—2. In botany, obtaining the limbs parallel and erect, as in the Lombardy poplar.
    • 3. In zoology, tapering on a regular basis to a more or less acute apex.
    • Pointed; rising up to a place; narrowed towards top, as a sloping roof; sloping upward to a summit, point, or side.
    • Specifically—2. In botany, obtaining the limbs parallel and erect, as with the Lombardy poplar.
    • 3. In zoology, tapering regularly to a far more or less acute apex.

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