Dentate meaning

dĕntāt
Edged with toothlike projections; toothed.

Dentate leaves.

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(chemistry) Having a binding site. Used of ligands.
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Having teeth or toothlike projections; toothed or notched.
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(bot.) Having a toothed margin: said of some leaves.
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Edged with toothlike projections; toothed.

Dentate leaves.

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(chemistry) Having a binding site. Used of ligands.
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Edged with toothlike projections; toothed. Used of leaves, such as those of birches.
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Having teeth or toothlike projections; serrated, toothed.
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Origin of dentate

  • Latin dentātus from dēns dent- tooth dent- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Latin dentatus.

    From Wiktionary