Disciform

Dis'ci·form adjective Discoid.
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disciform

Disk-shaped. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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disciform

adjective having a round or oval shape like a disc; `a disciform skin lesion`
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disciform

(dis´ĭ-form) in the shape of a disk.
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Disciform

• (a.) Discoid.
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disciform

disciform 1. Flat and rounded in shape; discoid. 2. Having a round or oval shape like a disc.
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disciform

Type: Term Pronunciation: disk′i-fōrm Definitions: 1. Disc-shaped.
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Disciform

having a flowering head that contains both filiform and disk flowers, referring to members of the asteraceae
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disciform

describing an inflorescence, i.e. head of Asteraceae with central disc florets and marginal female florets which have a reduced inconspicuous slender tubular corolla without a ligule; or an inflorescence with only such reduced female florets. cf. discoid, radiate
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Disciform

Flattish and circular like a discus.
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