Seeds small to medium, plump, slightly notched, if at all; chalaza oblong-oval; raphe slightly distinct or invisible.
Dr. Whitaker reads raphe, which is undoubtedly the ancient form.
Seeds separate readily from the pulp, quite large; raphe often shows as a partly submerged cord.
And raphe as your king interrupted Zulmiera, in hurried accents.
Frustule in zone view curved; valves cuneate, dissimilar, the upper with a pseudoraphe, the lower with a raphe.
The connection between pars caudifemoralis and the raphe between Mm.
A special bony ridge or crest may also occur along the raphe or median line.
Mark me, raphe, an thou lovest me, guard the Lady Bridget as thou wouldst a sister.
Median nodule central, the raphe curved toward the ventral edge which it closely follows.
And Mr. raphe Copendall came ashore with an other yong man called Jno.
raphe ra·phe or rha·phe (rā'fē)
n. pl ra·phae (-fē')
A seamlike line or ridge between two similar parts of a body organ, as in the scrotum.