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Synonyms for conelike

relating to or resembling a cone

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[5] Kobayashi, O., Maximal surfaces with conelike singularities, J.
Specimens were measured ([+ o -]0.5 cm), weighed ([+ o -]0.5 g) and sex was determined externally by the presence of genital papilla which are conelike projections of the genital aperture of the males and are absent in females.
Making the correct identification is "a problem that can't be solved by merely looking at the shape of the trees' leaves or conelike flowers," says Gaskin.
The Surface Geometrical Energy Distribution tool revealed that light from a star was grouped into a thin conelike shape when the star was exactly centered in my theoretical 6-inch telescope.
Unique Characteristics: Air-dries well, and has a distinctive conelike center.
A conelike protrusion of the protuberantia occipitalis externa is, however, only found in male skulls of the test group (E: 0 percent; G: 22.4 percent).
The conelike fruits are 1.0 by 0.8 cm, light green in color, and turn woody and open in autumn.
Termites crowd into the upper, dry sections of their tall, conelike nests and wait for the waters to recede.
Description: Conelike, dense terminal spikes in reds, oranges, and yellows.
Male flowers have terminal, sessile heads; female flowers have terminal, conelike heads.
Riegl concentrated his description essentially on the Mediterranean area and found the original formal theme in patterns taken from the profile view of the lotus flower and the palmette, 'consisting of a series of three or more petals or fronds, arranged radially as a spray or fan that emerges from a small conelike element' (p.
In addition to their distinctive flowers, magnolia trees feature conelike fruit and very large distinctive leaves.
The apical and bladder neck margins are removed and radially sectioned in a cervical conelike fashion.