interradius


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interradius

(ˌɪntəˈreɪdɪəs)
n, pl interradii
(Zoology) zoology an interradial part or space
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The bell of adult Tripedalia cystophora is usually no more than 1-2 cm in height; it has three blade-like pedalia at each interradius and a single tentacle extending from each pedalium.
This would be possible if each rhopalial pacemaker ganglion could regulate the contractions of each occupied perradius and interradius swimming muscle separately, in response to the inputs from the IR source.
The animals ranged in size from 30 to 40 mm from the tip of the longest arm to the opposite interradius. Due to the small size of the animals, the species, diagnostic characters (Clark and Downey, 1992) could not be reliably discerned.