conoid

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conoid

[′kä‚nȯid]
(science and technology)
Shaped somewhat like a cone, but not quite conical.
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In addition, an oval-shaped nucleus, conoids, rhoptries and dense granules were also observed (Fig.
At the apex of the meeting of four conoids infill blocks lying almost flat to the geometric surface act as key stones to lock in the corbelled conoid form.
Polytope de Montreal (1967) made conoids and hyperboloids manifest in steel cable stretched six stories high, while recordings of four orchestras were heard on speakers spread out in different sections of the hall.