centrostaltic cen·tro·stal·tic (sěn’trō-stôl’tĭk, -stāl’-)
Relating to or being the center of motion.
Cell Biology. the protoplasm around a centrosome; the central portion of an aster, containing the centrosome. Geology. the central or interior portion of the earth. Historical Examples noun a former name for core (sense 4) another name for centrosome centrosphere cen·tro·sphere (sěn’trə-sfēr’) n. The mass of cytoplasm surrounding the centriole in a centrosome.
symmetric in relation to a center.
- Centre of mass
noun the point at which the mass of a system could be concentrated without affecting the behaviour of the system under the action of external linear forces
- Centre of curvature
noun the point on the normal at a given point on a curve on the concave side of the curve whose distance from the point on the curve is equal to the radius of curvature