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uniaxial

 [u″ne-ak´se-al]
1. having only one axis.
2. developed in an axial direction only.

u·ni·ax·i·al

(yū'nē-ak'sē-ăl),
Having but one axis; growing chiefly in one direction.

uniaxial

/uni·ax·i·al/ (u″ne-ak´se-al)
1. having only one axis.
2. developing in an axial direction only.

uniaxial

(yo͞o′nē-ăk′sē-əl)
adj.
1. Having only one axis.
2. Of, relating to, or affecting one axis.
3. Having one direction along which double refraction of light does not take place. Used of a crystal.

uniaxial

1. having only one axis.
2. developed in an axial direction only.
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