At or belonging to an apex, tip, or summit.
Used to describe the inflorescence when this is produced at the apex of the stem or pseudo bulb.
Pertaining to the terminal segment or "tips" of fronds.
(a´ pi kul) • Pertaining to the apex, or tip, usually in reference to plants.
The uppermost bud or shoot on a stem
surface of a cell is that surface exposed to the lumen
of, relating to or situated at the apex.
pertaining to the apex; at or near the top
pertaining to, or pointing to, the "rear" or apex of the shell.
Describes the tip of a cell, a structure, or an organ. The apical surface of an epithelial cell is the exposed free surface, opposite to the basal surface. The basal surface rests on the basal lamina that separates the epithelium from other tissue.
made with the tip of the tongue. An apical sound that is dental (ie involving the teeth) is at the beginning of the word "the".
Apical means situated at the uppermost point.
Pertaining to the tip of the tongue. The [s] of standard Spanish is an apico-alveolar sound. The tongue is often very slightly curved back (' retroflex').
ËˆepÉ™klÌ©] or [ËˆÃ¦pÉ™klÌ©] - sounds made with the tip of the tongue as the active articulator.
Pertaining to the apex or tip of a plant organ.
at the apex or end.
pertaining to or belonging to the tip or point.
The adjectival form of apex, which is the tip of a structure. The apical portion of a lepidopteran wing is the tip that is most anterior and farthest from the base (where the wing attaches to the body).
pertaining to the head or forward end
having to do with the tip of the tooth's root
The tip of a tooth's root where the blood vessels and nerve enter the tooth.
Apical means towards or at the apex (the uppermost point or top).
Root tip (apex) of a tooth
Describes the apex or tip.
of, relating to, or situated at an apex.
at the tip