Definition of Radials
1. Noun. (plural of radial) ¹
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Definition of Radials
1. radial [n] - See also: radial
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Literary usage of Radials
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Description of Some New Species of Invertebrates from the Palaeozoic Rocks by Samuel Almond Miller, William Frank Eugene Reed Gurley (1894)
"primary radials larger than the second, more than twice as wide as long, pentagonal, axillary, and in one lateral ray supports upon each upper sloping side ..."
2. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1890)
"First regular interradial resting upon the upper sloping sides of the first radials, followed by two plates and these by three, above which the plates are ..."
3. Description of Some New Species of Invertebrates from the Palaeozoic Rocks by Illinois State Museum, Samuel Almond Miller, William Frank Eugene Reed Gurley (1882)
"The succeeding plates consist of sit sections, and are radials, ... There are five rows of radials, separated by four inter-radial series of from six to ..."
4. Geological Magazine by Henry Woodward (1898)
"211) as having two or three compound radials, the " left postero-lateral ... They subsequently figured it with no less than four compound radials,1 a figure ..."
5. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1886)
"According to description, the ten bifurcating radials are succeeded by two rows of from four to five plates, consisting of higher orders of radials ..."
6. Fieldiana: Geology by Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Natural History Museum (1907)
"At this point they bifurcate and pass to the center of the radials where they ... From the center of the radials the ridges follow the median line of the ..."
7. New and Interesting Species of Plaeozoic Fossils by Samuel Almond Miller, William Frank Eugene Reed Gurley (1895)
"primary radials and nearly as large, it is followed by two plates in the second range, four in the third, four in the fourth and above these there are three ..."
8. Upper Devonian and Niagara Crinoids by Samuel Almond Miller, William Frank Eugene Reed Gurley (1894)
"The first secondary radials are nearly as large as the third primary radials. In one of the lateral rays on each side there are no tertiary radials. ..."