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rhom·bic

(rom'bik),
1. Synonym(s): rhomboid
2. Relating to the rhombencephalon.

rhom·bic

(rom'bik)
1. Synonym(s): rhomboid.
2. Relating to the rhombencephalon.
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The crown is rhombic in shape; its anterior margin is rounded in most scales.
Pronotum bell-shaped, without middle carina and middle stria, without erect groups of scales; 1.5 times longer than width at apex, 0.7 times longer than width in middle and at base, widest near middle, narrowing to apex; lateral margins almost straight; anterior margin 0.5 times as long as posterior margin; pronotal punctures round, dense and large; distance between adjacent punctures distinctly smaller than diameter of puncture; intervals convex; scutellum rhombic, 1.5 times longer than width in middle.
Fins rhombic, length about half of mantle length (52-59% ML).
[8] Central Nervous System (CNS) abnormalities associated with MKS include Dandy-Walker malformation, agenesis of the corpus callosum, microcephaly, rhombic roof dysgenesis and prosencephalic dysgenesis.
Named for the triacontahedron--a 30-sided rhombic polyhedron first depicted in the 1600s by mathematician Johannes Kepler--Triakonta uses metal nodes (fasteners) that hold together struts (framing timbers) in nearly any orientation imaginable.
The towers will have the distinct rhombic shape and flat and inclined surfaces layered over grids like gigantic crystals.
Granule cells, unipolar brush cells and cells of the (excitatory) cerebellar nuclei, all of which are excitatory neurons, are generated at the upper rhombic lip located at the dorsal edge of the cerebellar primordium.
The morphology of these particles was reported to be a rhombic, rectangular, or square two-dimensional, with one or two corners frequently missing.
This results in a 3D metal organic framework containing rhombic channels with pores of 8.5A from x-axis as is shown in Fig 1b.
Uric acid appears in a diamond, rhombic or rosette shape.
6-8): Tergite 9 rhombic, as long as wide, with 2 long setae; sternite 9 semicircular, with long stout setae.