coniform

Related to coniform: Cominform

coniform

(ˈkəʊnɪˌfɔːm)
adj
(Mathematics) shaped like a cone
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A coniform metal block (see Figure 4) was attached to the loading head of the test machine and served to transform vertical translation to perpendicular directions along two pairs of arm in the horizontal specimen plane.
4G); subgenital plate with anterior edge of postero-median notch, styli cylindrical with coniform apex (Fig.
The subgenus Frendelia is similar to the subgenus Scotominettia, but the latter has the following diagnostic characters: face having small or indistinctive elliptical protuberances on lower margin; arista being short plumose with longest setulae shorter than half of 1st flagellomere or pubescent with microscopic hairs; base of wing being yellow; pregonites being absent and postgonites having a pair of coniform or subuliform process; phallus being membranous or sclerotized, square or rectangular and blunt or truncated apically.
fr 93M A STUDY OF MICROBIAL MAT CONIFORM STRUCTURES FOUND IN OCTOPUS SPRING, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK Kristina Reyes, David Cho, Nahal Ghahremani, and Hope A.
Leslie (2000) differentiated three types of elements: geniculate (oistodiform) and two varieties of costate coniform (acontiodiform and distacodiform).
Terminal apophysis with two small apical processes at its dorsal side: one truncate, one coniform.
The coniform taxa Panderodus unicostatus (67%) and Walliserodus curvatus (31%) constitute the vast majority of elements.
is further subdivided into subzones mostly based on the presence of coniform elements.
The pronotum sports conspicuous lateral tubercles or spines, and the pleura also can have coniform or bilobate structures.
29); aedeagus with base coniform, apex round and blunt, a long spinous processes arising from left base (Fig.
The tentative terminology used for the last taxon originates from uncertainties in apparatus reconstructions and generic designations of various hyaline coniform elements of the Middle Ordovician, including Triangulodus; see e.