Dimidiate - definition of dimidiate by The Free Dictionary
1. divided in halves
2. (Biology) biology rare having one of two sides or parts less developed than the other: dimidiate antlers.
(Heraldry) (tr) heraldry to halve (two bearings) so that they can be represented on the same shield
[C17: from Latin dīmidiāre to halve, from dīmidius half, from dis- apart + medius middle]
Past participle: dimidiated
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. The more than 29 million people who live in affected areas of Central and West Africa are potentially at risk of loiasis.
Comparison of the life tables and predation rates of Harmonia dimidiate
(F.) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) fed on Aphis gossypii Glover (Hemiptera: Aphididae) at different temperatures.
2008), with several basic shapes (corticoid, cyphelloid, clavarioid, dimidiate
, effused-reflex and pileatestipitate), being commonly recognized among different taxa (Corner 1968, Clemencon 1997).
Maintenance of the triatomine bugs Rhodnius prolixus and Triatoma dimidiate
under laboratory conditions.