trapeziform


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tra·pe·zi·form

 (trə-pē′zə-fôrm′)
adj.
Shaped like a trapezium: a trapeziform thorax.

trapeziform

(trəˈpiːzɪˌfɔːm)
adj
(Mathematics) rare shaped like a trapezium: a trapeziform part.
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23-27): syntergosternite with 2 ventral bridges and a pair of broad apical processes; epandrium broad; surstylus with an tiny process on anterior ventral corner and a small acute apical process in lateral view; hypandrium narrow V-shaped; pregonites and postgonites with a pair of asymmetrical processes; phallus consisting of a trapeziform sclerite and a brown membranous brush-like central area; phallapodeme long.
Regarding shape, grass phytoliths are either unlobed (including orbicular, square, rectangular and trapeziform shapes) or lobed (with sinuous margins).
The diagnosis of the latter includes the statement about the cell shape: "body rounded trapeziform in lateral outline, deepest in or just behind the middle" (Kofoid & Skogsberg, 1928: 283, 37(2, 3); that does not correspond to the specimen illustrated by Halim (1967), which is suboval and almost symmetrical in relation to the longitudinal axis of the cell.
Cadaveric and imaging studies also revealed that the trapeziform or triangle articular contour of the fourth and fifth CMT joints would provide the lateral two joints a large range of motion (ROM).
5x as long as broad posteriorly, trapeziform in cross-section (dorsolateral carina distinct), smooth dorsally and with petiole partly striate laterally, with small glymma.
is easily separated from the other species of the genus as following characters: mid and hind legs with 2 pseudospurs on ta1, ta2 and ta3; length of ta4 shorter than ta5 in all legs; inferior volsella trapeziform.
Qiu, "Isotropic nonmagnetic flat cloaks degenerated from homogeneous anisotropic trapeziform cloaks," Opt.