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cordiform

 [kor´dĭ-form]
heart-shaped.

cor·di·form

(kōr'di-fōrm),
Heart-shaped.
[L. cor (cord-), heart, + forma, shape]

cordiform

[kor′di-form]
heart-shaped.

cor·di·form

(kōr'di-fōrm)
Heart-shaped.
[L. cor (cord-), heart, + forma, shape]
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His lost terrestrial globe made prior to 1526 is said to have influenced Oronce Fine's double cordiform (heart-shaped) world map of 1531.
Adult gametophytes in culture were cordiform, elongate-cordiform to cordiform-reniform, having wings with marginal and superficial trichomes.
Short triangular scrapers along with large and small cordiform endscrapers are characteristic.
The formation of these proliferations was not unusual, and resembled cordiform outgrowths of the parent thallus (Fig.