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tri·ra·di·al

, triradiate (trī-rā'dē-ăl, trī-rā'dē-āt),
Radiating in three directions.
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triradial

, triradiate (trī-rād′ĕ-ăl) (-āt″) [ tri- + radial]
Having three rays; radiating in three directions.
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The internal petals only open partly and form a triradiate slit at the apex (Figure 2b).
Fruit subspherical, purplish-black showing a "bloom" (0.5-1.0 cm in diameter): at the base are six, small, pointed, bracts arranged in 2 whorls, occasionally 3 or 4 whorls present; apex shows triradiate mark and depression indicating the suture; three hard, triangular seeds are embedded in the fleshy mesocarp, having terebinthne odour and bitter taste.
In contrast to the majority of terrestrial fungi, aquatic hyphomycetes show a variety in characteristic conidial shapes, which range from simple rounded spores to filiform and branched triradiate or tetraradiate spores.
The abdomen was explored by either bilateral subcostal or triradiate incisions depending on the site and size of the lesion.
Progressive disease can produce acetabular changes, such as early triradiate closure, bicompartmentilization, and ischium varum.
In cross-section, the stylar canal is triradiate, with folds, and smaller invaginations entering the mesopliyll, like labyrinths (Figure 6a, c, e).
(2006, 2010) speculated that the gynoecium of Tofieldia and Japonolirion, in which septal nectaries are triradiate and infralocular, is probably closely similar to that of the hypothetical extinct common ancestor of monocots, and could represent a primitive gynoecial type in monocots.
Tendon of PL was removed completely and radial slip of FCR harvested and delivered into the triradiate incision.
The prism stage formed by day 8 as the pair of skeletal elements grew into triradiate spicules (Fig.
The triradiate pelvis with multiple, symmetrical Looser's zones in the ischio-pubic rami without the callus in the absence of treatment, is diagnostic of osteomalacia.
Patients with more growth potential are at higher risk of quick progression, including children at a Tanner stage less than 3, those who are premenarche, and children with open triradiate cartilages.
One reference line is drawn horizontally through the triradiate cartilages of the pelvis and is called the Hilgenreiner line.