basilateral

basilateral

 [ba″sĭ-lat´er-al]
both basilar and lateral.

ba·si·lat·er·al

(bā'si-lat'er-ăl),
Relating to the base and one or more sides of any part.

ba·si·lat·er·al

(bas'i-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the base and one or more sides of any part.

ba·si·lat·er·al

(bas'i-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to base and one or more sides of any part.

basilateral

both basilar and lateral.
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Gynoecium 2(-3-9)-merous, usually bicarpellate, syncarpous, inferior, rarely semi-inferior (Synaptantha) or superior (Gaertnera and Pagamea); ovary with as many locules as carpels (in which case placentation is axile or a derivative), seldom unilocular (Gardenia) (in which case placentation is parietal) or pseudomonomerous (Theligonum): style usually one and slender or styles free (Galium), rarely basilateral (Theligonum), or even missing (Tetralopha): stigma capitate or lobed: ovules 1 to many in each locule; anatropous to hemitropous, or campylotropus (Theligonum); solitary, basal, without integumentary tapetum.