Origin of septate
Examples from the Web for septate
Historical Examples of septate
Septiferous, sep-tif′e-rus, adj. having a septum or septa, septate.
For this purpose he selected the septate resting spores from Poa pratensis and Triticum repens.
Other species contain linear sporidia, which are often the length of the ascus, and may either be simple or septate.
Eumycetes, or Higher Fungi, a common name for those Fungi which possess a septate mycelium.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
The sarcocyte alone constitutes the septum, traversing the endoplasm, in septate Gregarines.