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a·bap·i·cal

(ă-bap'i-kăl),
Opposite the apex.
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abapical

(ăb-ăp′ĭ-kəl, -ā′pĭ-)
adj.
Being opposite to or directed away from the apex.
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a·bap·i·cal

(ăb-ā'pi-kăl)
Opposite the apex.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

a·bap·i·cal

(ă-bap'i-kăl)
Opposite the apex.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Protoconch diameter 3.5-4.1 mm, initially somewhat smooth, but with distinct axial riblets developing along adapical suture during first whorl, these extending to abapical suture on second whorl (Fig.
Protoconch diameter 4.0-5.3 mm, sculptured by axial riblets, strongest below suture, and increasing in strength toward end of final whorl; one or more weak incised spiral lines may be present just above abapical suture/periphery, but these sometimes scarcely evident.
Spiral ridges thinner than axials in intervals, expanding on ribs to form angular nodules, ridges nearly equal in strength, adapical row slightly the stronger, abapical one slightly weaker; first two whorls with two rows of nodules plus a third usually beginning to develop above suture, later whorls with three main rows of nodules, plus a weak ridge immediately below suture; last whorl with a shallow waist-like furrow at base of rostrum containing a thin ridge, strengthening and bearing angular nodules on dorsum; rostrum forming a moderate fasciole, which bears 3 ridges weakening anteriorly, the upper 2 with angular nodules.