basal

Type: Term Pronunciation: bā′săl Definitions: 1. Situated nearer the base of a pyramidal organ in relation to a specific reference point; opposite of apical. 2. In dentistry, denoting the floor of a cavity in the grinding surface of a tooth. 3. Denoting a standard or reference state of a function, as a basis for comparison. More spe...
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Basal

Arising from the base of the plant.
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Basal

pertaining to the base, at the base
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basal

[adj] - serving as or forming a base 2. [adj] - of primary importance
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Basal

Towards the base of the wing.
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Basal

At or near the base, and, if leaves, those that sprout directly from the root or crown.
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Basal

Relating to a base.
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Basal

Ba'sal adjective Relating to, or forming, the base. Basal cleavage . See under Cleavage . -- Basal plane (Crystallog.) , one parallel to the lateral or horizontal axis.
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basal

Pertaining to or situated near a base. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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basal

base adjective serving as or forming a base; `the painter applied a base coat followed by two finishing coats`
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basal

primary adjective of primary importance
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basal

(ba´sәl) pertaining to or situated near a base; in physiology, pertaining to the lowest possible level.
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Basal

• (a.) Relating to, or forming, the base.
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basal

pertaining to or situated near a base.
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Basal

[phylogenetics] In phylogenetics, basal is the direction of the base (or root) of a rooted phylogenetic tree or cladogram. A basal clade is the earliest clade (of a given taxonomic rank{efn | Without this qualification there must, of course, be two or more equally basal clades branching off from the root of every cladogram.}) to branch with...
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Basal

In botany, the term basal is applied to leaves at the base of the stem.
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Basal

Originating from the base.
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Basal

retaining 'primitive' features not present in more 'advanced' families
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Basal

Arising from the stem at or below the ground surface only.
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Basal

At or near the base.
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Basal

at or near the base, often describing leaves and where they attach
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Basal

[medicine] Basal when used in a medical sense refers to a minimal level that is necessary for health or life. As used by diabetics and health care professionals, it describes a low, continuous dosage of insulin (either as a basal rate from an insulin pump or a slow-acting insulin injection) intended to `cover` the glucose output of the live...
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Basal

Basal or basilar is a term meaning base, bottom, or minimum. ==Science== ==Places== ==Other== ...
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basal

at the base, situated or attached at the base.
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basal

arising from or positioned at the base
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