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bi·ceph·a·lous

 (bī-sĕf′ə-ləs)
adj. Zoology
Having two heads.
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bicephalous

(baɪˈsɛfələs)
adj
1. (Biology) biology having two heads
2. (Biology) crescent-shaped
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bi•ceph•a•lous

(baɪˈsɛf ə ləs)

adj.
having two heads.
[1795–1805]
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Adj.1.bicephalous - having two headsbicephalous - having two heads      
headed - having a head of a specified kind or anything that serves as a head; often used in combination; "headed bolts"; "three-headed Cerberus"; "a cool-headed fighter pilot"
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bicephalous

adj (spec)dizephal (spec), → bikephalisch (spec)
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Specifically, a 1-unit increase in ln-transformed PFOSA was associated with smaller sperm head area ([beta] = -2.295; 95% CI: -4.052, -0.538), smaller sperm perimeter ([beta] = -1.252; 95% CI: -2.276, -0.228), lower percentage of sperm with high DNA stainability ([beta] = -15.153; 95% CI: -26.559, -3.747), higher percentage of bicephalic sperm ([beta] = 4.127; 95% CI: 0.149, 8.105), and higher numbers of immature sperm ([beta] = 90.881; 95% CI: 51.266, 130.496).
Estimulacao cerebral profunda do peixe bicefalo (Deep Brain Stimulation of the Bicephalic Fish) portrays a two-headed fish-person performing a yoga headstand, supported by the network of tongues formed by the people around him.