Synonyms for bifid or Related words with bifid

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Examples of "bifid"
The species can be identified from its pointed, bifid sella.
The pupa is green; head bifid, elongate boat-shaped (Moore cited in Bingham).
Bifid refers to something that is split or cleft into two parts. It may refer to:
The pupa is strongly curved (thick in central portion). The head is deeply bifid.
Flos diardi, the bifid plushblue, is a species of lycaenid or blue butterfly found in Asia.
Females frequently have a displaced and narrowed vaginal orifice, a bifid clitoris, and divergent labia.
Bifid P waves (known as "P mitrale") indicate left-atrial abnormality - e.g. dilatation or hypertrophy.
Pupa. "Curved abruptly backwards; head bifid; thorax with a lengthened curved acute thoracic process". (Moore)
A bifid penis (or double penis) is a rare congenital defect where two genital tubercles develop.
As with the bifid, this is then combined with transposition to achieve diffusion.
Ovary incompletely 4-locular. Ovules 4. Style terminal on the ovary, bifid.
As the bifid concept is extended to higher dimensions, we are much less free in our choice of parameters.
Synsepals may be bifid, i.e. divided into two equal lobes, or forked and divided in two by a deep cleft.
Subspecies "K. c. canace" "Variegated reddish brown, with frontal gold and silver spots; head produced and bifid."
Although "Cunningtonicaras" and "Euomphaloceras" share many characters, both belonging to the Acanthoceratidae, they are distinguished by the nature of the first lateral lobe of their respective sutures. The first lateral lobe of species ultimately assigned to "Cunningtonicaras" are narrow and bifid, contrasting with the broad and deeply bifid lobes of "Euomphalooceras".
A bifid rib (bifurcated rib or sternum bifidum) is a congenital abnormality of the rib cage and associated muscles and nerves which occurs in about 1.2% of humans. Bifid ribs occur in up to 8.4% of Samoans. The sternal end of the rib is cleaved into two. It is usually unilateral.
David Kahn wrote that ""Delastelle invented a fractionating system of considerable importance in cryptology."" This was the bifid cipher, which combined fractionation with transposition as opposed to substitution, as was done by Pliny Chase in 1859. The first presentation of the bifid appeared in the French "Revue du Génie civil" in 1895 under the name of "cryptographie nouvelle".
Woody lianas; climbing by hooks formed from reduced, modified branches. Stipules entire or bifid. Inflorescences are compact heads at the ends of horizontal, very reduced branches. Corolla lobes without appendages. Seeds with a long wing at each end, the lower wing deeply bifid.
The inflorescence is hardly in proportion. Male raceme, 30 inches long, of which 20 are occupied by the flowers; upper part and flowers clothed with short rusty pubescence. Peduncles slender, simple or bifid. Fruiting raceme stout. Peduncles 1½ inches long, often bifid. Capsule, ¾ inch long, ⅓ broad, rather turgid, densely covered with rusty tomentum.
Its head and dorsal ridge have often some more or less long and numerous dermal filaments which can be simple or bifid.