incrassate


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incrassate

adj
1. (Biology) biology also: incrassated thickened or swollen: incrassate cell walls.
2. obsolete fattened or swollen
vb
obsolete to make or become thicker
[C17: from Late Latin incrassāre, from Latin crassus thick, dense]
ˌincrasˈsation n

incrassate


Past participle: incrassated
Gerund: incrassating

Imperative
incrassate
incrassate
Present
I incrassate
you incrassate
he/she/it incrassates
we incrassate
you incrassate
they incrassate
Preterite
I incrassated
you incrassated
he/she/it incrassated
we incrassated
you incrassated
they incrassated
Present Continuous
I am incrassating
you are incrassating
he/she/it is incrassating
we are incrassating
you are incrassating
they are incrassating
Present Perfect
I have incrassated
you have incrassated
he/she/it has incrassated
we have incrassated
you have incrassated
they have incrassated
Past Continuous
I was incrassating
you were incrassating
he/she/it was incrassating
we were incrassating
you were incrassating
they were incrassating
Past Perfect
I had incrassated
you had incrassated
he/she/it had incrassated
we had incrassated
you had incrassated
they had incrassated
Future
I will incrassate
you will incrassate
he/she/it will incrassate
we will incrassate
you will incrassate
they will incrassate
Future Perfect
I will have incrassated
you will have incrassated
he/she/it will have incrassated
we will have incrassated
you will have incrassated
they will have incrassated
Future Continuous
I will be incrassating
you will be incrassating
he/she/it will be incrassating
we will be incrassating
you will be incrassating
they will be incrassating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been incrassating
you have been incrassating
he/she/it has been incrassating
we have been incrassating
you have been incrassating
they have been incrassating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been incrassating
you will have been incrassating
he/she/it will have been incrassating
we will have been incrassating
you will have been incrassating
they will have been incrassating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been incrassating
you had been incrassating
he/she/it had been incrassating
we had been incrassating
you had been incrassating
they had been incrassating
Conditional
I would incrassate
you would incrassate
he/she/it would incrassate
we would incrassate
you would incrassate
they would incrassate
Past Conditional
I would have incrassated
you would have incrassated
he/she/it would have incrassated
we would have incrassated
you would have incrassated
they would have incrassated
References in periodicals archive ?
Studies on chemical constituents of Halimeda incrassate. Redai Haiyang, 18, 91 (1999).
He revealed that their eggs are hatched in nine to ten days 'so if you manage to incrassate them for about fourteen days, they will also die so it is very easy to eradicate.'
93, 94) variable shades of pale tan, with light scopulae on incrassate tarsi I-II; tibia I spinose, without prolateral clasping spurs.
Histopathologic examination showed severe meningitis with denatured, incrassate meninges.
Hind femur strongly incrassate, dorsal side granulate, pecten with 1 large, sharp spine with 6 gradually smaller, blunt denticles following; 3 small spines before pecten (Fig.
Apertural lip expanded and flaring, not strongly incrassate. Two apertural barriers visible in frontal view: a more or less pointed, tooth-like, thickening on mid-palatal wall and a conspicuous, somewhat projecting angular tooth that extends inwards as a deeply entering lamella.
They are sit-and-wait predators that catch bypassing prey with their strongly incrassate, raptorial forelegs.
Head: wider than long, the anterior process short with small clypeus; gena reduced, not exceeding apex of clypeus; antenniferous tubercles blunt; eyes large, semiglobose; postocular margins broadly rounded without tubercles or spine, not exceeding outer margins of eyes, converging on constricted neck; antenna long and stout, first and fourth segments subequal in length, second shortest, third longest, first incrassate, second, third and fourth clavate, fourth with pilose apex (Fig.
EC (mm/year) (mg/L) (AS/Cm) Sown purple pigeon grasS (A) 9.8 660 1560 Mix of buffel (B) and native 3.3 1990 4680 grasses Buffel grass (B) 1.0 1920 4510 Grass-legume pasture (bambatsi, 1.7 1900 4460 (C) lucerne (D) and annual medics (E)) (A) Setaria incrassate. (B) Cenchrus ciliaris.
In specimen CNU-ORT-NN2006081, compound eyes oval, 4 mm wide, hind femur 32 mm long (in preserved part) and incrassate basally, hind tibiae with 11 spines, hind tarsus truely four segmented, first segment long and with two euplantulae; mid femur with two rows of spinules, mid and fore tibiae stout and with a row of rather strong spines, four spines preserved; fore tarsi poorly preserved; ovipositor slightly curved, long and stout, 26 mm long in preserved part (estimated length about 30 mm), 27 mm long in specimen CNUORT-NN2008027, 24 mm long in specimen CNU-ORT-NN2009054, it is incrassate basally.