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dentate: Having regularly spaced, angular convexities oriented more or less perpendicular to the generalized perimeter. See also crenate (scalloped), crenulate (small-scalloped), denticulate (small-toothed), serrate (sawtoothed), serrulate (small-sawtoothed).[1]
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Example(s): Example sentences from FOC V18 : [1] blade obovate, spatulate, or oblanceolate, (1– )2.5–10 (–15 )cm × 5–30 (–50 )mm, margins pinnatifid to lyrate or dentate. [2] cauline petiolate or sessile, blade (base sometimes auriculate or amplexicaul ), margins entire, dentate, lobed, or sinuate-serrate.


  1. Categorical Glossary for the Flora of North America Project, by Robert W. Kiger and Duncan M. Porter. 2001. Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation.