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 (kŏn-do͞o′plĭ-kĭt, -dyo͞o′-)
Folded together lengthwise, as certain leaves or certain petals in a bud.

[Latin conduplicātus, past participle of conduplicāre, to double : com-, com- + duplicāre, to double (from duplex, duplic-, double; see dwo- in Indo-European roots).]

con′du·pli·ca′tion (-kā′shən) n.


(Botany) botany folded lengthways on itself: conduplicate leaves in the bud.
[C18: from Latin conduplicāre to double; see duplicate]
conˌdupliˈcation n
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Moore (Andean region) by presenting small fertile fronds that remain conduplicate until the full maturation of the sporangia, and by the subulate scales with dentate margins and hair like tips present on the fronds.
2 mm long, base sagittate, apex acute and apiculate, dorsifixed at 1/3 of its length above the base; stigma conduplicate, ca.
7- 2 mm long, base and apex obtuse, compressed laterally, green, dorsifixed at middle; pollen sulcate, ellipsoid, exine reticulate, muri narrowed; stigma conduplicate, ca.
1 mm in diameter; stigma conduplicate, lobes erect, slightly if at all twisted, ca.