A circlet of radially situate infrabasals (IBB) may also be present.
They are spheric or ovoid, yellow in color, and have a thick, radially striated shell (Fig. 101).
The plant is covered with radially placed spines about half an inch long, translucent white and somewhat twisted.
In a radially decreasing magnetic field, the lines of magnetic flux bow outward, as represented in Fig. 4b.
The short hairs between the facets point in all directions instead of radially, as in the normal eye.
These rays produce the “flakes” or “mirrors” that make quartersawed (radially cut) wood so beautiful.
This ware is of the interlaced style, with radially arranged web filaments.
This is plainly seen in the starfish, although at first glance the creature seems as radially symmetrical as a wheel.
The sporophyll was radially extended, and along it the large sausage-shaped sporangia were attached (see fig. 98).
Polyp, any radially symmetrical animal, but usually an individual in a connected colony.
c.1400, "of or like a ray or radius," from Medieval Latin radialis, from Latin radius "shaft, rod; spoke of a wheel; beam of light" (see radius). As a noun, a type of tire, attested from 1965, short for radial-ply (tire). Related: Radially.
radial ra·di·al (rā'dē-əl)
Of, relating to, or near the radius or forearm.
Moving or directed along a radius.
Radiating from or converging to a common center.