amphicentric am·phi·cen·tric (ām’fĭ-sěn’trĭk)
Centering at both ends. Used of a rete mirabile that begins by the vessel branching out and ends by the branches joining again to form the same vessel.
concave on both sides, as the bodies of the vertebrae of fishes.
giving either of two colors, one with acids and one with alkalis. adjective producing two colours, one on reacting with an acid, the other on reacting with a base
concave on both sides, as the bodies of the vertebrae of fishes. Historical Examples The vertebrae are amphicoelous, and are generally well ossified. The Vertebrate Skeleton Sidney H. Reynolds The end result is an amphicoelous or biconcave centrum in general appearance much like that of the Selachian. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 3 […]
a deputy to the council of an amphictyony. a son of Deucalion and Pyrrha who seized the throne of Attica and who, in devising a plan for avoiding disputes at his council meetings, became the first man to mix water with wine. Historical Examples amphictyon, we are told, was the author of that which bore […]