Origin of peltate
OTHER WORDS FROM peltatepel·tate·ly, adverbpel·ta·tion, nounsub·pel·tate, adjectivesub·pel·tate·ly, adverb
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How to use peltate in a sentence
Thus it is proper to describe the shape of the indusium as peltate.How to Know the Ferns|S. Leonard Bastin
Style very short and thick, stigma peltate, divided into 10 parts.
Anthers of irregular shape, peltate, with the borders deeply undulate.
Cones globular, with peltate, valvate scales, firmly closed till ripe; the scales thick and pointed at the center.Trees of the Northern United States|Austin C. Apgar
Fruit a circumscissile 2-celled capsule, with one or more peltate seeds in each cell, or an achene.