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Synonyms for rhomb

a parallelogram with four equal sides

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The crown is horizontal in most scales and rhombic in outline; it can be more or less rounded.
Steel drilling twisted rhombic 18h36h3, 5mm (allowed size 20h38h3, 5mm).
They form various 2D and 3D interconvertible topologies including closely packed rhombic, hexagonal and square symmetries (Lein 2001, Kuhn 2008).
It appears as a white rhombic crystal structure which is soluble in water, acetone and ethanol.
Fins rhombic, length about half of mantle length (52-59% ML).
8] Central Nervous System (CNS) abnormalities associated with MKS include Dandy-Walker malformation, agenesis of the corpus callosum, microcephaly, rhombic roof dysgenesis and prosencephalic dysgenesis.
Named for the triacontahedron--a 30-sided rhombic polyhedron first depicted in the 1600s by mathematician Johannes Kepler--Triakonta uses metal nodes (fasteners) that hold together struts (framing timbers) in nearly any orientation imaginable.
The towers will have the distinct rhombic shape and flat and inclined surfaces layered over grids like gigantic crystals.
Granule cells, unipolar brush cells and cells of the (excitatory) cerebellar nuclei, all of which are excitatory neurons, are generated at the upper rhombic lip located at the dorsal edge of the cerebellar primordium.
This results in a 3D metal organic framework containing rhombic channels with pores of 8.
6-8): Tergite 9 rhombic, as long as wide, with 2 long setae; sternite 9 semicircular, with long stout setae.
Some FGF2-treated cells also expressed markers for the rhombic lip--the structure from which granule cells develop and migrate, and a marker specific to migrating granule precursors by week seven.
Embryonic precursor cells from the rhombic lip are specified to a cerebellar granule neuron identity.
Since Plato's work, two other classes of equilateral convex polyhedra, as the collective of these shapes are called Archimedean solids (including truncated icosahedron) and Kepler solids (including rhombic polyhedra).