In some of these species the scales are highly specialized, pedunculate, or having the form of serrated leaves.
As in Scrupocellaria, the opening of the cell is sometimes protected by a pedunculate operculum.
Now, this shows that old authors attached the name Lepas more particularly to the pedunculate division.
The plan adopted by Chassaignac was to pedunculate the piles by tying a ligature around the base and drawing them down.
However, nearly every historical oak is of the pedunculate variety.
If raised on a naked stalk of its own (as in Fig. 199) it is pedunculate, and the stalk is a Peduncle.
Capsules borne on the under side of a pedunculate receptacle, irregularly dehiscent.
In the pedunculate oak these features are reversed, the flowers and acorns being stalked and the leaves stalkless.
The constricted posterior part of a pedunculate head, by which it inosculates in the trunk.
Male flower axillary, solitary or in groups of 3–6, pedunculate with small bracts.
pedunculate pe·dun·cu·late (pĭ-dŭng'kyə-lĭt, -lāt') or pe·dun·cu·lat·ed (-lā'tĭd)
Having a peduncle.