goblet-shaped


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Adj.1.goblet-shaped - resembling the shape of a goblet
circular, round - having a circular shape
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The saucer magnolia is known for its beautiful white and pink goblet-shaped flowers.
shonaicus forms "a clade distinct from all other sequenced species of the hufelandi group with typical mushroom- or inverted goblet-shaped egg processes, which may suggest that the ancestor of the five species with atypical egg processes had a mutation allowing derivations from the mushroom or inverted chalice-like shape of egg processes.
Magnolia 'Heaven Scent' is a good choice for the smaller garden and won't disappoint with its glorious pink-scented, goblet-shaped blooms.
A magnificent goblet-shaped ornament features a marble carving of a wild procession led by Dionysus, the charismatic Roman god of wine, pleasure, fertility and religious fervour.
They can also be grown as slim-fit cordons but if you want the best yield it is best to grow them as a goblet-shaped bush.
Nowadays many of us favour long-stemmed, goblet-shaped blooms that wouldn't cope with a windy hilltop.
True, the familiar, large, goblet-shaped blooms make a colorful springtime splash grouped in beds and pots.
MAGNOLIA These amazing trees and shrubs can be a garden's focal point in the spring with their large goblet-shaped blooms in shades of pink or white.
The bizarre-looking creature also had a goblet-shaped body with an upper cup-like cavity and lower elongated stalk, with which it "attached to exoskeletons of other organisms", Zhang explained.
Magnolia soulangeana thrives in acid soil and bears stunning goblet-shaped white flowers that gradually fade to pink at the base.
Standing over km tall, the steel, cast resin and acrylic interior comprises four goblet-shaped modules arranged in a staggered interlocking configuration.
Indeed, they are characterized by the presence of mucin-containing, goblet-shaped epithelial cells, arranged in round or oval clusters (Figure 2, a and b).