involute

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Difficult to understand; complicated
Having a complex pattern of coils
Having the edges rolled with the adaxial side outward

Furthermore, the free anterior margin of the lobule is arched toward the lobe and is often involute.

To roll or curl inwards
A curve that cuts all tangents of another curve at right angles; traced by a point on a string that unwinds from a curved object
(of some shells) closely coiled so that the axis is obscured
(of some shells) closely coiled so that the axis is obscured especially of petals or leaves in bud; having margins rolled inward
a (L involutus, rolled up) leaves having the edges rolled inwards at each side, toward the adaxial side
If C is a curve and C' is its evolute, then C is called an involute of C' Any parallel curve to C is also an involute of C' Hence a curve has a unique evolute but infinitely many involutes Alternatively an involute can be thought of as any curve orthogonal to all the tangents to a given curve
Rolled inward from the edges; said of leaves in vernation, or of the petals of flowers in æstivation
having the edges rolled inwards
Rolled inward spirally
(n) A curve defined as the spiral trace of a point on a flexible line unwinding from around a line, circle, or polygon The contacting surfaces between gear teeth are designed as involutes
A spiral curve generated by a point on a chord as it unwinds a circle or a polygon
Rolled inward from the edges, toward the upper surface
{s} involved, complex; having a spiral shape; curled inward from the edges (Botany)
difficult to understand, or complicated
margins rolled inward or toward the upper side (Lawrence)
A curve traced by the end of a string wound upon another curve, or unwound from it; called also evolvent
especially of petals or leaves in bud; having margins rolled inward
Turned inward at the margin, as the exterior lip of the Cyprea
involute gear
The involute gear profile is the most commonly used system for gearing today. In an involute gear, the profiles of the teeth are involutes of a circle. (The involute of a circle is the spiraling curve traced by the end of an imaginary taut string unwinding itself from that stationary circle called the base circle.)
involute gear profile
The involute gear profile is the most commonly used system for gearing today. In an involute gear, the profiles of the teeth are involutes of a circle. (The involute of a circle is the spiraling curve traced by the end of an imaginary taut string unwinding itself from that stationary circle called the base circle.)
ınvolute
{n} a curve traced by a string unwound from a figure
ınvolute
{a} rolled in, as leaves when their margins are rolled spirally inwards
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