Notched on the edge, like a saw.
Beset with teeth pointing forwards or upwards; as, serrate leaves.
Having notches or teeth like the cutting edge of a saw
with regular, saw-like, teeth
a. (L. serrare, to saw) notched on edge like a saw; having sharp notches along the edge pointing toward the apex; as, a serrate leaf. When a serrate leaf has small serratures upon the large ones, it is said to be double serrate, as in the elm. A serrate-ciliate leaf is one having fine hairs, like eyelashes, on the serratures. A serrate-dentate leaf has the serratures toothed.
(see: Leaf Shapes graphic.)
Saw-toothed with the teeth angled toward the apex, sharp teeth.
Having a row of short tooth-like denticles.
toothed like .a saw. See Fig $16.
margin with sharp forward-pointing teeth.
Toothed or saw-like edges.
(leaf). Margins with a saw-tooth outline. (See also Leaf Margins.)
Regularly toothed Gezaagd
Having a saw-tooth like margin. [drawing
(Margin) - With sharp teeth.
With teeth projecting forward.
saw-toothed; teeth pointed forward
Toothed with the teeth pointing away from the stem or base.
Leaves with forward-pointing teeth surrounding entire edge.
regularly toothed; crenate, as a margin
toothed or with sharp notches along the edge like a saw.
notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
Saw-edged, with sharp teeth.
Edged with toothlike projections, as in a saw.
Having margins with sharp teeth.
A sharply toothed leaf margin. Serrations are conspicuous on some species; on other species they may only be visible with magnification.* Go Back
With edges like a saw blade.
with teeth like saw (cutting edge of bill)
Having sawlike notches along the edge.
a margin armed with sharp teeth which point forward like the teeth of a saw.
toothed, like a saw blade.
Leaf margin with forward pointing teeth.
A leaf margin with sharp teeth pointing forward, like a saw.
having an edge with small, sharp, tooth-like projections
toothed, with asymmetrical teeth pointing forward.
Saw-toothed, with sharp, forward-pointing teeth.
( Sair-rate): with teeth along the edge; saw-like.
usually used for a leaf-margin: saw-toothed with the teeth pointing forward.
Saw-toothed, with the teeth pointing toward the apex.
A type of leaf margin which has sharp teeth that are angled forward towards the apex of the leaf blade. Compare "entire".
With sharp teeth along the margin pointing forward.
toothed so as to resemble a saw.
leaf margin cut into sharp teeth pointing forward.
Leaves with toothed, saw-like margins.
The condition where the margins of a leaf (or leaflet) have small jagged projections; examples include the leaves of Hackberry. A doubly serrated leaf has fine serrations that occur on the edges of larger serrations; an example is the leaf of American Elm. A leaf (or leaflet) that has smooth margins is called "entire", such as in Pawpaw.
Sawtooth margin of a leaf with the teeth pointed forward.
Saw-edged leaf design.
having small, pointy teeth that point toward the tip of the leaf.