exsert


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ex·sert

 (ĭk-sûrt′)
tr.v. ex·sert·ed, ex·sert·ing, ex·serts
To thrust (something) out or forth; cause to protrude.
adj. also ex·sert·ed (-sûr′tĭd)
Thrust outward or protruding, as stamens projecting beyond petals.

[Latin exserere, exsert-; see exert.]

ex·ser′tion n.

exsert

(ɛkˈsɜːt)
vb
(Biology) (tr) to thrust out; protrude
adj
(Biology) protruded, stretched out, or (esp of stamens) projecting beyond the corolla of a flower
[C19: from Latin exserere to thrust out; see exert]
exˈsertion n
exsertile adj

ex•sert

(ɛkˈsɜrt)

v.t.
to thrust out.
[1655–65; < Latin exsertus, variant of exertus; see exert]
ex•ser′tion, n.

exsert


Past participle: exserted
Gerund: exserting

Imperative
exsert
exsert
Present
I exsert
you exsert
he/she/it exserts
we exsert
you exsert
they exsert
Preterite
I exserted
you exserted
he/she/it exserted
we exserted
you exserted
they exserted
Present Continuous
I am exserting
you are exserting
he/she/it is exserting
we are exserting
you are exserting
they are exserting
Present Perfect
I have exserted
you have exserted
he/she/it has exserted
we have exserted
you have exserted
they have exserted
Past Continuous
I was exserting
you were exserting
he/she/it was exserting
we were exserting
you were exserting
they were exserting
Past Perfect
I had exserted
you had exserted
he/she/it had exserted
we had exserted
you had exserted
they had exserted
Future
I will exsert
you will exsert
he/she/it will exsert
we will exsert
you will exsert
they will exsert
Future Perfect
I will have exserted
you will have exserted
he/she/it will have exserted
we will have exserted
you will have exserted
they will have exserted
Future Continuous
I will be exserting
you will be exserting
he/she/it will be exserting
we will be exserting
you will be exserting
they will be exserting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been exserting
you have been exserting
he/she/it has been exserting
we have been exserting
you have been exserting
they have been exserting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been exserting
you will have been exserting
he/she/it will have been exserting
we will have been exserting
you will have been exserting
they will have been exserting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been exserting
you had been exserting
he/she/it had been exserting
we had been exserting
you had been exserting
they had been exserting
Conditional
I would exsert
you would exsert
he/she/it would exsert
we would exsert
you would exsert
they would exsert
Past Conditional
I would have exserted
you would have exserted
he/she/it would have exserted
we would have exserted
you would have exserted
they would have exserted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.exsert - thrust or extend outexsert - thrust or extend out; "He held out his hand"; "point a finger"; "extend a hand"; "the bee exserted its sting"
hyperextend - extend a joint beyond its normal range; "Don't hyperextend your elbow"
gesticulate, gesture, motion - show, express or direct through movement; "He gestured his desire to leave"
References in classic literature ?
I imagine this habit of the jaguar is exactly similar to one which may any day be seen in the common cat, as with outstretched legs and exserted claws it scrapes the leg of a chair; and I have heard of young fruit- trees in an orchard in England having been thus much injured.
--almost totally smooth, usually exsert and rather globose [Perrinia konos, Pholidotrope gloriosa] (Fig.
Septa are numerous, in 3 orders, and slightly exsert. Costae well developed and joined to the adjacent corallite.
The resultant corallites were rinsed well in running water and then several times in d[H.sub.2]O Any soft tissue remaining upon the exsert septa was removed by agitation and pipetting of d[H.sub.2]O onto the sample.
The protoconch is more exsert and evidently less strongly sculptured, the juvenile microsculpture sometimes granular rather than vermiform and, at least in H.
In contrast, SB-3 anthers fully exsert in the Corvallis, OR, environment, thus allowing ample pollen release.
Those septa that extend above the top of the theca are referred to as exsert septa.
51C): White, slightly exsert, eroded in most material; diameter ca 285 [micro]m; strongly sculptured with an irregular superficial reticulation showing traces of axial alignment, but no spiral element.
When 30% of the population has started silking, ears on five plants about to exsert silks are covered with glassine bags to prevent pollination.
Careyanae: distal portions of peduncles of lateral spikes densely papillate (#15), peduncles of proximal-most spikes originating in proximal 30% of culm (#17), peduncles of lateral spikes greatly exsert (#18), and perigynia acutely triangular in cross-section (#28).
In the second stage, the flowers are functionally mature and engage in pollination; male flowers release pollen grains from the anthers and female flowers exsert receptive stigmas (silks) to intercept the airborne pollen.
60 spp.) is characterized by an elongate rachilla, which is exsert from the utricle and bent like a hook.