zona zo·na (zō'nə)
n. pl. zo·nae (-nē)
An encircling or beltlike anatomical structure. Also called segment, zone.
zona By Geoff Dyer We need a whole book on one film, to show just how much can be seen there.
The article turned into a book, zona: A Book About a Film About a Journey to a Room.
“It is a turnaround,” Ozer said about the trial, which is scheduled to continue on April 21, with “zona” remaining in detention.
His new book is The Last Train to zona Verde: My Ultimate African Safari.
“zona” said he himself fought against the Russians in the Caucasus.
Outer striated portion of investing membrane (zona radiata) of ovum.
The modern corset is a combination of the fascia and the zona.
The stage of about the greatest development of both the vitelline membrane and zona radiata is represented on Pl.
It is enclosed by a membrane formed from the zona radiata and the mucous layer around it.
The zona radiata attains a very great development, and is generally provided with knobs of various shapes on its outer surface.