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a·myg·da·loid

(ă-mig'dă-loyd),
Resembling an almond or a tonsil.
[amygdala + G. eidos, appearance]

amygdaloid

(ə-mĭg′də-loid′)
n.
A volcanic rock containing many amygdules.
adj. also amygdaloidal (-loi′dl)
1. Shaped like an almond.
2. Anatomy Of or relating to the amygdala.
3. Resembling a volcanic rock that contains many amygdules.

a·myg·da·loid

(ă-mig'dă-loyd)
Resembling an almond or a tonsil.
[amygdala + G. eidos, appearance]

amygdaloid

1. Almond shaped.
2. Relating to the AMYGDALA.

a·myg·da·loid

(ă-mig'dă-loyd)
Resembling an almond or a tonsil.
[amygdala + G. eidos, appearance]
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In 2005, the upper amygdaloid was unearthed when the quarrying operations reached the rear perimeter of the property.
The minerals of the early paragenetic periods are missing from zone 2 in both the mudstone-filled breccia of the lower amygdaloid and the pillow formation of the middle amygdaloid.
Albite is ubiquitous in much of the lower amygdaloid and is common in zones 1 through 3 of the middle amygdaloid.
Hollow albite epimorphs after analcime crystals to 2.5 cm, in combination with heulandite and calcite, have been collected from a cavity in zone 3 in the middle amygdaloid.