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bifid

 [bi´fid]
cleft into two parts or branches.

bi·fid

(bī'fid),
Split or cleft; separated into two parts.
[L. bifidus, cleft in two parts]

bifid

/bi·fid/ (bi´fid) cleft into two parts or branches.

bifid

(bī′fĭd)
adj.
Forked or cleft into two parts: a bifid petal.

bi·fid′i·ty (-fĭd′ĭ-tē) n.
bi′fid·ly adv.

bifid

[bī′fid]
Etymology: L, bis + findere to cleave
cleft, or split into two parts, as in the spinous processes of the cervical vertebrae.

bifid

adjective Cleft; split, divided into 2 roughly equal parts.

bi·fid

(bī'fid)
Split or cleft; separated into two parts.
[L. bifidus, cleft in two parts]

bifid

Divided into two parts. Forked or cleft.

bifid

divided into two, forked.

bi·fid

(bī'fid)
Split or cleft; separated into two parts.
[L. bifidus, cleft in two parts]

bifid (bī´fid),

adj divided in two.
bifid tongue,
bifid uvula,
Bifidobacterium
n a genus of anaerobic bacteria containing gram-positive rods of highly variable appearance. Pathogenicity for human beings or for animals has not been reported, although these bacteria have been isolated from the feces of infants and older people.

bifid

cleft into two parts or branches.
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In the case presented there was cleft of the lower lip, missing incisors, bifid tongue with ankyloglossia, cleft palate with a dermoid cyst.
sup][3] The variation observed in our case is unique as studies have shown that the origin of left testicular artery from left renal artery is very rare and there are no reports of the presence of bifid left testicular artery.
1979), bifid scrotum as observed in the present case and persistent Mullerian structures had been observed in dogs.
In this study, neonatal jaundice was treated by using bifid triple viable containing Lactobacillus bulgaricus, live Bifidobacterium and Streptococcus thermophilus that are normal microorganisms in the human intestinal tract.
A considerable amount of vessels seem to correspond to morphologies that evolve from pithoi prototypes, although they lose the bifid handles and exhibit a wide variety in the profile of the neck and rim.
3) It may occur alone or in association with other dental anomalies like bifid cingula, exaggerated cusp of carabelli, dens invagintus and in particular shovel shaped maxillary incisors.
austricad'Orbigny due to the presence of more elongate test the less inflated chambers in presence of apertural neck and absence of bifid tooth.
First described by Roux more than 100 years ago, submucous cleft is an uncommon condition that is defined by the presence of three anatomical features: bifid uvula, palatal muscular diastasis, and notching of the hard palate.
The success of the incorporation of bifid bacteria into cheeses is dependent on the bifid bacteria strain, the activity of lactic acid bacteria used in the manufacture of the cheese, the composition of the cheese, and the conditions of processing and ripening.
Various types of bifid mandibular canals have been described and classified in the literature according to anatomical location and configuration, by using panoramic radiographs.