- of or relating to the correlation between two sets of measurements, one set of which is limited to one of two values.
Origin of biserial
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Biserial, or Biseriate, occupying two rows, one within the other.The Elements of Botany
The biserial archipterygium consists of a segmented axial rod, bearing a praeaxial and a postaxial series of jointed rays.
This biserial archipterygium with its limb-girdle is derived from a series of gill-rays attached to a branchial arch.A Guide to the Study of Fishes, Volume 1 (of 2)
David Starr Jordan
In their disposition they are either uniserial, biserial or multiserial.