Bulb four or five inches in diameter, six or seven inches in depth, turbinate, sometimes nearly fusiform.
turbinate: Shaped like a whipping-top; whorled from a broad base to an apex.
Sporangia varying from globose to pyriform or turbinate, supported on a more or less elongated stipe.
Fruit medium, turbinate, light yellow turning to lemon-yellow, striped with bright red; good; Sept. and beginning of Oct.
Whose vertical section is turbinate, and horizontal circular.
Fruit very small, turbinate, covered with brownish-gray russet, and a brownish cheek next the sun.
Achenes short, turbinate to linear; pappus simple, of numerous unequal bristles.
Fruit small, globular, turbinate; skin covered with rough, russet dots.
turbinate or top-shaped, and pyriform or pear-shaped, are especially applicable to pears, and seldom to apples.
turbinate tur·bi·nate (tûr'bə-nĭt, -nāt') or tur·bi·nat·ed (-nā'tĭd)
Shaped like a top.
Of or relating to a turbinate bone.