cyclopic

cyclopic

(saɪˈklɒpɪk)
adj
relating to or resembling a cyclops
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Although exposure early in development created cyclopic embryos, progressively later exposure mimicked the entire range of symptoms seen in children with HPE.
This leads to major facial deformities (including a cyclopic eye) and an unviable fetus (for details, see James, 1999).
As a final and optional exercise, ask the students to design an experiment that manipulates Shh expression (either by removing it or by over-expressing it) that would give support to our hypothesis that Shh signaling is being disrupted in the cyclopic lamb.
The learning cycle outlined here engages students with a puzzling phenomenon--the birth of cyclopic lambs.
If pregnant ewes consume corn lilies on the 14th day of gestation, lambs are born cyclopic the following spring (for details on teratological research on lambs, see James, 1999).
The last Earl of Wessex was the luckless King Harold, the cyclopic monarch who came out second best at the Battle of Hastings.
CAN there be any more irritating creature in existence than that twee cyclopic fur-ball Pudsey Bear?
And then, in the '70s, he depicted golems, for what else could his all-hood-and-no-body Klansmen or his Cyclopic lima-bean heads be?
Involve your class in a learning cycle to discover the mechanism behind a physical deformity (always an attention grabber) in "Using the Mystery of the Cyclopic Lamb to Teach Biotechnology.
They take the name of Atlantic, which was originally an Austin model based on a small American sedan that was famous for its cyclopic central headlamp just over half a century ago.
On the southern side of the summit, a series of terraces are supported by cyclopic walls.