Biol. having deep, parallel furrows or grooves; grooved; fluted
Origin of sulcateClassical Latin sulcatus, past participle of sulcare, to furrow from sulcus, a furrow from Indo-European base an unverified form swelk-, to pull from source Old English sulh, a furrow
Having narrow, deep furrows or grooves, as a stem or tissue.
Origin of sulcateLatin sulcātus past participle of sulcāre to furrow from sulcus furrow