reniform

[ren-uh-fawrm, ree-nuh-]
adjective
kidney-shaped: a reniform leaf; hematite in reniform masses.

Origin:
1745–50; < Neo-Latin rēniformis. See reni-, -form

subreniform, adjective
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reniform (ˈrɛnɪˌfɔːm)
 
adj
having the shape or profile of a kidney: a reniform leaf; a reniform mass of haematite

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reniform ren·i·form (rěn'ə-fôrm', rē'nə-)
adj.
Kidney-shaped.

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reniform   (rěn'ə-fôrm', rē'nə-)  Pronunciation Key 
Shaped like a kidney. Used to describe certain minerals and certain leaves.
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Cooperative research will be conducted to identify resistance and tolerance to the reniform nematode in cotton.
Plants carrying this foreign gene were more resistant to several fungal pathogens and the reniform nematode.
Reniform nematode resistance in selected soybean cultivars.
Forewing is light gray to brown with a pale yellow or red reniform spot.
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