If the tip of the carpel is indented, it is said to be emarginate; if long and pointed, mucronate.
Conelets subterminal, or lateral and subterminal, mucronate.
The leaves are alternate, with six pairs of oblong-linear, obtuse, mucronate leaflets.
In Sesleria the apex is rounded with a short, sharp, prickle-like median projection (mucronate).
Corniform: like the horn of an ox: a long, mucronate or pointed process.
In zone view, the median line deeply bisects the longitudinal axis, ending in a mucronate central nodule.
Occasionally the mucronate distal end appears to be the result of intentional termination of serrating at the distal end.
The lower part of the body suddenly contracts to form a short, narrow, mucronate, pointed tail.
Anthers oblong-linear or arrow-shaped, mucronate, inserted in the throat.
The first two glumes are empty, thin, keeled, and acute or mucronate.