A bird or other animal having slender toes.
1. Having slender digits (fingers and/or toes).
2. Possessing long, narrow, tapering toes; as with certain birds.
An abnormal slenderness or elongation of the digits (fingers and toes).
1. Thin-walled; especially leaf cells or exothecial cells.
2. Thin-coated; applied to capsules when soft and pliable.
The existence of very slender teeth.
One of the living elongated thin-walled cells forming simple conducting tissue in bryophytes; a tubular cell in the stem of certain pteridophytes (ferns).
Describing ancient industries with many blades and blade tools, especially end scrapers, burins, and backed blades, typical of the Upper Palaeolithic.
The term leptolithic; literally, "of small stones", has sometimes been used specifically to refer to this type of stone technology, without any dating connotation or evolutionary position.
Subtle speech or quibbling.
1. A minute and tedious discourse on trifling things.
2. The study of minute structures or particles.
An instrument for measuring oil viscosity.
The science of the structure and the form of membranes.
A graft transmissible disease that produces necrotic symptoms in Japanese plum cultivars and apricot cultivars; also known as "apricot chlorotic leaf rolling".
Cultivars are species of plants that are specifically selected and cultivated.
Plum leptonecrosis seems to be present in all European countries where Japanese plum is grown which are associated with mycoplasma (any of numerous parasitic, pathogenic microorganisms) resulting in plum decline (Leptonecrosis).