capitate: with a head: that type of clavate antenna in which the club is abruptly enlarged at tip and forms a spherical mass.
There are five stamens, a filiform style, and a capitate stigma.
Achenes numerous, capitate, membranaceous, compressed-4-angled and inflated.
Pistils from five to ten, capitate at their summits, affixed laterally to the middle of the seeds, as in Alchemilla.
The ovary has a thick style and capitate stigma (c), and the fruit is a drupe (d).
Valve linear, capitate at each end and tumid in the middle; stri distinctly punctate; pseudoraphe indistinct, or not apparent.
The tentacles are all capitate and distributed, and about 2-1/2 times the body length.
Valve lanceolate, with rostrate or capitate ends; stauros in some cases does not reach the margin.
In this moss, the paraphyses are inflated at the summit into little knobs, or they are capitate (fig. 37).
Flowers few, sessile and capitate clustered on the mostly long peduncles.
capitate cap·i·tate (kāp'ĭ-tāt')
Enlarged and globular at the tip, as a bone of the wrist having a rounded, knoblike end.