discoid

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discoid

[′dis‚kȯid]
(biology)
Being flat and circular in form.
Any structure shaped like a disc.
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Discoids exhibit a range of preservational quality on the outcrop (Appendix 1).
Troughs surrounding discoids may intersect (see Fig.
None of the King Square discoids exhibit these features, even among the few discoids that touch one another.