[ yoo-nuh-spahy-ruhl ]
/ ˌyu nəˈspaɪ rəl /
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having one spiral.
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How to use unispiral in a sentence
Elaters unispiral, in part adherent to the tips of the valves.
Elaters unispiral, some remaining attached to the tips of the valves.
Elaters truncate at each end, unispiral, adherent to the valves.