Verb(1) divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork
(1) Palmae and plantae were deeply furcated .(2) A motif of furcated leaf belongs to the most ancient.(3) The furcated second end includes at least two branches that extend from an intersection of the furcated second end.(4) As growth proceeds, intercalated or bifurcate ribs may appear between the paired ribs, furcation normally occurring on the lower third of the flank.(5) The term ‘head ‘is used herein to mean that part of a clip according to the invention to which both furcations are connected.’(6) Shampoo containing allantoin can prevent hair from furcating , and make hair softer, smoother, more flexible, blacker and shinier.(7) Processes generally hollow, tubiform to tapering, sometimes with striae and annular thickenings along their length; they are distally open or closed and furcated .(8) The furcated branches are commonly bifurcated or, less commonly, trifurcated one or two times, but this character may differ from ray to ray.(9) A significant clinical fill of both furcations and some crestal resorption of tooth No.3 were noted.(10) A spaced pair of cross members interconnect the furcations at elevationally offset locations.(11) Access to the mesial furcations is best from the lingual surface because the furcation entrance is located lingually and not directly in the midline.(12) The ends of each clip are furcated so that a space is provided between the forks at each end for receipt of the flanges therein to secure the clip to the ring portion.(13) All the rays are trifurcated at their tips and repeatedly furcated into three branches, but some of the last branches are the result of bifurcation.(14) Reference marks and demarcations were determined on the furcations and also on the root surfaces involved in the measures.(15) There is also some other difference in furcation ; the rays are bifurcated in Protobiramus, while they are more commonly trifurcated in the Protoentactiniidae.
1. ramify ::
2. fork ::
3. branch ::
4. separate ::
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