kinman at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 3 08:10:25 CDT 2020
You said you were describing U-shaped channels. I would assume "canaliculate" could also refer to channels that are parabolic rather than U-shaped. So if your channels are strictly U-shaped, I would think that "U-shaped channels" would be more precise. But if your channels are sometimes parabolic rather than U-shaped, then canaliculate might be okay.
My two cents, Ken
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I received a few suggestions and all much appreciated. The term
'canaliculate' used in botany seemed to fit the bill quite well. Will have
to see what my collaborators think of that.
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