Axial vector



noun
another name for pseudovector

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  • Axial skeleton

    the skeleton of the head and trunk. Historical Examples The pectoral girdle lies external to the ribs, and has no bony attachment to the axial skeleton. The Vertebrate Skeleton Sidney H. Reynolds The axial skeleton is generally long, and that of the limbs frequently comparatively short, or sometimes absent. The Vertebrate Skeleton Sidney H. Reynolds […]

  • Axiality

    of, pertaining to, characterized by, or forming an axis: an axial relationship. situated in or on an axis. adjective relating to, forming, or characteristic of an axis situated in, on, or along an axis adj. “pertaining to an axis,” by 1825, from axis + -al (1). Related: Axially. axial ax·i·al (āk’sē-əl) adj. Relating to or […]



  • Axially

    of, pertaining to, characterized by, or forming an axis: an axial relationship. situated in or on an axis. adjective relating to, forming, or characteristic of an axis situated in, on, or along an axis adj. “pertaining to an axis,” by 1825, from axis + -al (1). Related: Axially. axial ax·i·al (āk’sē-əl) adj. Relating to or […]

  • Axifugal

    axifugal axifugal ax·if·u·gal (āk-sĭf’yə-gəl, -sĭf’ə-) or ax·of·u·gal (-sŏf’yə-gəl, -sŏf’ə-, āk’sə-fyōō’gəl) adj. Directed away from an axon or axis. Relating to nerve impulses that move from the body of a nerve cell.



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