Definition of Conoid. Meaning of Conoid. Synonyms of Conoid

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Definition of Conoid

Conoid
Conoid Co"noid, n. [Gr. ? conical; ? cone + ? from: cf. F. cono["i]de.] 1. Anything that has a form resembling that of a cone. 2. (Geom.) (a) A solid formed by the revolution of a conic section about its axis; as, a parabolic conoid, elliptic conoid, etc.; -- more commonly called paraboloid, ellipsoid, etc. (b) A surface which may be generated by a straight line moving in such a manner as always to meet a given straight line and a given curve, and continue parallel to a given plane. --Math. Dict.
Conoid
Conoid Co"noid a. Resembling a cone; conoidal.

Meaning of Conoid from wikipedia

- called the trapezoid line and a tubercle; the conoid tubercle for attachment with the trapezoid and the conoid ligament, part of the coracoclavicular ligament...
- In geometry a conoid (Gr****: κωνος cone and -ειδης similar) is a ruled surface, whose rulings (lines) fulfill the additional conditions (1) All rulings...
- In geometry, a right conoid is a ruled surface generated by a family of straight lines that all intersect perpendicularly to a fixed straight line, called...
- The conoid ligament is the posterior and medial fasciculus of the coracoclavicular ligament. It is formed by a dense band of fibers, conical in form, with...
- In geometry, Plücker's conoid is a ruled surface named after the German mathematician Julius Plücker. It is also called a conical wedge or cylindroid;...
- On Conoids and Spheroids (Ancient Gr****: Περὶ κωνοειδέων καὶ σφαιροειδέων) is a surviving work by the Gr**** mathematician and engineer Archimedes (c. 287...
- cell wall and/or cell membrane of the prey cell with a feeding tube, the conoid, sucks out the cellular content and digests it. Myzocytosis is found in...
- deficient. The coracoclavicular ligament, which consists of two ligaments, the conoid and the trapezoid ligaments. The Coracoclavicular Ligament serves to connect...
- Equilibrium of Planes II, On the Sphere and the Cylinder I, II, On Spirals, On Conoids and Spheroids, On Floating Bodies I, II, On the Measurement of a Circle...
- of the coracoid process is a rough impression for the attachment of the conoid ligament; and running from it obliquely forward and lateralward, on to the...
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