Definition of Subspherical. Meaning of Subspherical. Synonyms of Subspherical

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Definition of Subspherical

Subspherical
Subspherical Sub*spher"ic*al, a. Nearly spherical; having a figure resembling that of a sphere.

Meaning of Subspherical from wikipedia

- The tubular corolla, with a pronounced constriction separating the subspherical part of the ovoid part, is terminated by four lobes which reaches 5 cm...
- from 7.5 to 10μm, respectively, while the subspherical ones range from 5.3-8μm in mean width. The subspherical forms of Gadimyxa are similar to Ortholinea...
- plane of the mudstone that once enclosed them. Neither the spherical to subspherical shape or large size of the Moeraki Boulders is unique to them. Virtually...
- case of pumiceous lavas, during flow. The other form of vesicles are subspherical to spherical and result from high vapor pressure during an eruption....
- composed of aggulinated material or microgranular calcite. Forms may be subspherical, elongated, or irregular and may appear to become multichambered during...
- ranging from 7.5-10μm, respectively, while the subspherical ones range from 5.3-8μm in mean width. The subspherical forms of Gadimyxa are similar to Ortholinea...
- Conidia colorless, gray to pale brown, smooth, ellipsoidal, obovoid, or subspherical, mostly nonseptate. With the presence of a conidiop****, it is not difficult...
- Verb****inidae are a family of large fusulinaceans characterized by subspherical, planispirally coiled tests and a long coiling axis. The wall is composed...
- inside surfaces of the arms and tentacles are lined with hundreds of subspherical suction cups, 2 to 5 cm (0.79 to 1.97 in) in diameter, each mounted on...
- Knotenschiefer is a variety of spotted slate characterized by con****uous subspherical or polyhedral clots that are often individual minerals such as cordierite...