rhomboidal


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shaped like a rhombus or rhomboid

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Body is rhomboidal, and laterally compressed, silvery color in fresh specimens, protractile mouth.
The cytoplasmic inclusions varied in size and shape, most being rectangular or, less commonly, rhomboidal.
Two-Pixel Box" works formed a sort of bridge to the distinctly different formal vocabulary of the next room: Thing One on Pixel Box Blue and Thing Two on Pixel Box Red, both 2014, are emphatically terse pieces, each combining one of Bulloch's familiar light cubes with an element from her new line of rhomboidal sculptures.
estremadurensis Leaf morphology Rhomboidal, flat Leaf margin Lobulate Marginal spines Absent or present Nerves Not protruding, mostly sinuate < 8 Pubescence Both surfaces glabrous Petiole length mm 3(-5) red Types of trichomes above Simple-uniseriate Scarce Bulbous Present Solitary Scarce Fasciculate Absent Multiradiate Absent or Present Stellate Absent or Present Fused-stellate Absent Table 3 Comparisons between Quercus xrosa-pintii Vila-Vicosa, F.
In the equatorial view, the most typical shapes are rhomboidal, apiculate, rectangular, or oval.
The Bankclimber Plectomerus dombeyanus (Valenciennes, 1827) is a freshwater mussel (Mollusca: Unionidae) that typically has a thick, rhomboidal shaped, moderately inflated shell and obtains lengths up to 150-mm (Parmalee and Bogan, 1998; Williams et al.
Axial sculpture of prosocline pliculae persists throughout growth; pliculae generally slightly weaker than cords, these together producing a regular, oblique cancellation with equilaterally rhomboidal interstices; cords roundly beaded where crossed by pliculae; beads stronger and more angular on subsutural cord and still larger and scale-like or spine-like on peripheral cord.
Large rhomboidal ears connected across forehead with large tragus (1/2 ear length).
Relatively small-size rhomboidal troughs and horsts occur in the Opole Depression filled with Cretaceous strata.
rhomboidea has coarser striae and rhomboidal girdle view (Plate 3: Fig.
7 mm, cucullate apex, margin entire involute and attenuate base; hyaline cells rhomboidal fibrillose, with small ringed pores; smooth wall between the hyaline and green cells; green cells in cross section elliptic to rectangular, equally exposed on both surfaces.
The suborbital ridge appeared prominent and sharply inclined at an angle of 45 degrees to the ridge resulting in left orbit to appear smaller and rhomboidal in shape when compared to the right.
Another example of innovation in plastics construction is the Allianz Arena in Munich (Germany), which is constructed with 2874 inflated ETFE rhomboidal shells.