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zygon

 [zi´gon]
the stem connecting the two branches of a zygal fissure.

zy·gon

(zī'gon),
The short crossbar connecting the branches of a zygal fissure.
[G. crossbar, yoke]

zygon

/zy·gon/ (zi´gon) the stem connecting the two branches of a zygal fissure.

zy·gon

(zī'gon)
The short crossbar connecting the branches of a zygal fissure.
[G. crossbar, yoke]

zygon

the stem connecting the two branches of a zygal fissure.
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