torus

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The end of the peduncle or flower stalk to which the floral parts (or in the Asteraceae, the florets of a flower head) are attached; see receptacle
The product of the specified number of circles
A topological space which is a product of two circles
A molding which projects at the base of a column and above the plinth
The standard representation of such a space in 3-dimensional Euclidean space: a shape consisting of a ring with a circular cross-section: the shape of an inner tube or hollow doughnut
{n} a large round molding in building
a rounded elevation or swelling; torus mandibularis a bony growth that develops on the side of the lower jaw closest to the tongue, often genetic; torus palatinus - a non-cancerous bony growth located in the midline of the hard palate
Its profile is semicircular
commonly the lowest molding at the base of a column a ring-shaped surface generated by rotating a circle around an axis that does not intersect the circle
An outgrowth on bone It usually develops on the roof of the mouth or around the premolar area on the lower jaw
An overgrowth of bone in the palatal midline
One of the ventral parapodia of tubicolous annelids
{i} ring; rounded projection or swelling
of Molding
It usually has the form of an oblong thickening or elevation of the integument with rows of uncini or hooks along the center
See 3d Tore, 2
A botanical term for the end of the peduncle or flower stalk to which the floral parts (or in the Asteraceae, the florets of a flower head) are attached; see receptacle
Bold, doughnut-shaped molding, sometimes flattened
commonly the lowest molding at the base of a column
the surface of a donut; can also be represented by a flat gluing diagram Above is a doughnut-shaped torus and a torus gluing diagram They are both intrinsically topologically a torus
A large convex molding commonly forming the lowest member of the base of a column
A convex moulding of approximately semi-circular section, generally used as a moulding for the base of a cabinet
A three-dimensional shape consisting of a ring with a circular cross-section. The shape of an inner tube or hollow doughnut
under Tubicolæ
A lage molding used in the bases of columns
A torus is a shape that resembles a doughnut or the inner-tube of a tire In context with the Galileo mission, torus usually refers to the doughnut-shaped cloud of plasma surrounding Jupiter near Io's orbit, also known as the "Io plasma torus"
The receptacle, or part of the flower on which the carpels stand
A solid in the shape of a donut, formed by rotating a circle about a line in its plane without intersecting it
A donut shaped figure generated by the revolution of a circle or ellipse around a point This is one of the surface primitives available in surface modeling
Is the term that describes a geometric shape similar to a donut It is also the term used to describe the vacuum vessel used in tokamak fusion research
a ring-shaped surface generated by rotating a circle around an axis that does not intersect the circle
A bony elevation or protuberance of normal bone Usually seen on the upper palate behind the front teeth or under the tongue inside the lower jaw
-holed solid torus
A three-dimensional topological space that is a handlebody with the specified number of 1-handles
-holed torus
A surface that is the boundary of an n-holed solid torus for the specified number n
solid torus
The standard representation of that topological space within Euclidean 3-dimensional space
solid torus
The topological space that is a Cartesian product of the 2-dimensional disk and the circle
A torus
breast
A torus
brest
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