To avoid further circumlocution I shall speak of the nucleus undergoing the granular and the stellate modifications.
Each branch bears a stellate terminal spathilla, composed of ten to twenty conical teeth, which radiate in all directions.
Syphilitic fissures are met with as long, narrow, deep clefts, or as stellate or sinous cracks in the substance of the tongue.
Some, like radiolarians and star-fish, have a stellate form.
A tumor of stellate or polyhedral cells in a matrix of mucin.
If the connexion is only with one, the vesicle is called unipolar; if with two, bipolar; if with many, multipolar or stellate.
In orbicular forms, the fissure takes place in a stellate manner from the centre, and the teeth are reflexed.
In the stellate columbines (Aquilegia) of gardens the tubular petals are replaced by flat ones often in increased numbers.
(a) Naked or with minute stellate ossifications as in the Polyodontidae.
Again they were seen in the palms and soles, but here more readily tended to assume the stellate forms.
stellate stel·late (stěl'āt') or stel·lat·ed (-ā'tĭd)
Arranged or shaped like a star; radiating from a center.