bent at two places.
bifurcate (def 2). Historical Examples Recreations of Christopher North, Volume I (of 2) John Wilson
(of leaves) having two pairs of leaflets or pinnae. adjective (of compound leaves) having two pairs of leaflets
occurring every two hours. Historical Examples On The Blockade Oliver Optic
- Bi-lateral symmetry
a basic body plan in which the left and right sides of the organism can be divided into approximate mirror images of each other along the midline. noun the property of an organism or part of an organism such that, if cut in only one plane, the two cut halves are mirror images of each […]