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bi·lo·bate

 (bī-lō′bāt′) also bi·lo·bat·ed (-bā′tĭd) or bi·lobed (bī′lōbd′)
adj.
Divided into or having two lobes: a bilobate leaf.
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bilobate

(baɪˈləʊˌbeɪt) or

bilobed

adj
divided into or having two lobes: a bilobate leaf.
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bi•lo•bate

(baɪˈloʊ beɪt)

also bi•lo′bat•ed, bi′lobed`,



adj.
consisting of or divided into two lobes.
[1785–95]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bilobate - having two lobesbilobate - having two lobes; "a bilobate leaf"
compound - composed of more than one part; "compound leaves are composed of several lobes; "compound flower heads"
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Male genitalia: Pygofer with a rounded process between the anal tube and subgenital plates (Figure 5); subgenital plates long, dorsal margin forming a rounded elevation near the basal portion, apex bilobate (Figure 6); paramere slender with one apical, hook-like spine directed forward, dorsal margin slightly elevated (Figure 7); aedeagus slender, hammer-shaped, curved in lateral view; in dorsal view apex with two pairs of processes x-shaped, shaft with two rows of small spines located near the apex (Figures 8-9).
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