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The radiate type is shown by discoid infusoria, by medusæ, by starfish and their allies.
FORM AND FUNCTIONE. S. (EDWARD STUART) RUSSELL
Heads discoid, 15–many-flowered, in corymbose cymes; flowers perfect.
The tubular flowers compose the disk; and a head which has no ray-flowers is said to be discoid.
Heads discoid, 2–5-flowered, several together clustered into a compound pedunculate head; flowers perfect.
Heads rather many-flowered, discoid; flowers as in Pluchea, the central usually sterile.
Heads discoid, few–many-flowered; flowers all tubular, the marginal ones pistillate, or sometimes all similar and perfect.
Heads many-flowered, nearly discoid; flowers all fertile, the marginal chiefly pistillate and 3–5-toothed.
They are smooth, rounded, or discoid cysts, varying in size from a split-pea to a Tangerine orange.
MANUAL OF SURGERYALEXIS THOMSON AND ALEXANDER MILES
There are two lateral, discoid, brown chromatophores, each of which possesses a central amylum granule.
Anterior above with a small, linear-oval, black, discoid spot.

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