Definition of Inequilateral. Meaning of Inequilateral. Synonyms of Inequilateral

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Definition of Inequilateral

Inequilateral
Inequilateral In*e`qui*lat"er*al, a. 1. Having unequal sides; unsymmetrical; unequal-sided. 2. (Zo["o]l.) Having the two ends unequal, as in the clam, quahaug, and most lamellibranch shells.

Meaning of Inequilateral from wikipedia

- dark brown or yellowish-green periostra****. The s**** are equivalve, inequilateral and oval-shaped, with a rounded anterior margin and a truncated posterior...
- measuring (5.5) 6–8.5 x (3.5) 4–4.5 μm, ellipsoid to subellipsoid, inequilateral, roughened and dextrinoid, with no germ pore. The basidia measure 24–28...
- about 95 mm. This s**** is robust, equivalve, inflated and slightly inequilateral, with crenulated margins. The surface shows 18-20 strong radial ribs...
- right valve rather than the usual left. Their irregular s**** are inequilateral, are round to oval, with a large byssal notch. The byssus itself is...
- bilaterality, collateral, contralateral, equilateral, extralateral, inequilateral, ipsilateral, lateral, laterality, matrilateral, multilateral, nonlateral...
- the valves are said to be equilateral, and are otherwise considered inequilateral. This exoskeleton serves not only for muscle attachment, but also for...
- is rusty-brown. The spores measure 8–10 by 5–6 µm, and are slightly inequilateral in profile view, and egg-shaped in face view. Like all Galerina species...
- to ventricose in face view; in profile view, the spores are roughly inequilateral to oblong, and have a shallow suprahilar depression. The spores appear...
- has glabrous branchlets. The crowded greenphyllodes have a markedly inequilateral shape with a length of 4 to 8 mm (0.16 to 0.31 in) and a width of 3...
- Western Europe in 17th - 18th centuries. The citadel's wall was in an inequilateral hexagon of 3.5m height. The outer face was vertically constructed while...
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