They are smooth, rounded, or discoid cysts, varying in size from a split-pea to a Tangerine orange.
The radiate type is shown by discoid infusoria, by medusæ, by starfish and their allies.
The tumors appear as discoid prominences of varying size and number.
Heads discoid, 2–5-flowered, several together clustered into a compound pedunculate head; flowers perfect.
The tubular flowers compose the disk; and a head which has no ray-flowers is said to be discoid.
Heads discoid, 15–many-flowered, in corymbose cymes; flowers perfect.
Anterior above with a small, linear-oval, black, discoid spot.
Heads rather many-flowered, discoid; flowers as in Pluchea, the central usually sterile.
There are two lateral, discoid, brown chromatophores, each of which possesses a central amylum granule.
discoid dis·coid (dĭs'koid') or dis·coi·dal (dĭ-skoid'l)
Shaped like or resembling a disk.