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


(baɪˈləʊˌbeɪt) or


divided into or having two lobes: a bilobate leaf.


(baɪˈloʊ beɪt)

also bi•lo′bat•ed, bi′lobed`,

consisting of or divided into two lobes.
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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in rare cases, traces are bilobate with a slightly concave depression between the two sets of ridges.
3] In clinical practice, the shape of the placenta varies from round to oval, bilobate to multilobate or could be considered as irregular.
2004; Musser and Carleton, 2005), and shares a strongly bilobate procingulum on M1 and a posteroloph weakly developed or fused with the metaloph.
Lobed phytoliths include bilobate types (including crosses and dumbbells) and polylobate types.
3B), the right paramere that is modestly expanded on its basal section and then slightly bilobate and hooked apically (Fig.
3) appear isolated and playing outgroup relationships with the rest of the species of Paradysdercus in having the apomorphy of pygophoral ventral rim upturned with apex bilobate and vertical process not medially broad.
Intermediate valves broadly rectangular, anterior margin convex, posterior margin straight, side margins strongly bilobate, apices usually worn away (Fig.
Head strongly oblique; antennae ensiform; hind legs long and slender; epiphallus with bilobate lophi Acridina 1'Head slightly oblique; antennae usually filiform, rarely slightly ensiform; hind legs never very long and slender; epiphallus usually with unilobate lophi Phlaeobina
Hemispermatophore: basal portion very developed; distal lamina short and curved, smaller than the basal portion; distal crest parallel to and almost transversal to the posterior margin, with a transversal crest; internal lobe with a small bilobate apophysis in its external surface that is not connected with the laminar apophysis (Fig.