mesiad


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mesiad

 [me´ze-ad]
toward the middle or center.

me·sad

(mē'zad, mē'sad),
Passing or extending toward the median plane of the body or of a part.
Synonym(s): mesiad
[G. mesos, middle, + L. ad, to]

mesiad

/me·si·ad/ (me´ze-ad) toward the middle or center.

me·sad

(mē'sad)
Passing or extending toward the median plane of the body or of a part.
Synonym(s): mesiad.
[G. mesos, middle, + L. ad, to]

mesiad

toward the middle or center.
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In Zinophora the structure of the spatulate lobe, in combination with the general form of the distal margin of the telocoxites comprising a proplica and metaplica folded against each other, with the metaplica lobed mesiad and the proplica bearing a mesal projection or coxal spine, are the diagnostic characters of the genus.
The trigonid is formed by subequal protoconid and metaconid with the protoconid slightly mesiad of the metaconid.