Foot short, truncated, discoid, without byssus.
d'Orbigny's name for a genus of Perforate Foraminifera, distinguished by the flattened, lenticular discoid shell of many turns, finely perforated; chambers subdivided by incomplete septa into squarish chamberlets.
Algae are withdrawn from each of the three series enumerated above and consolidated into an entirely new group. In these algae, the colouring matter is said to be yellowish-green, not strictly green, and contained in numerous small discoid chromatophores which are devoid of pyrenoids.
In many Cordaiteae the pith was discoid, i.e.
discoid lupus at some point during their disease.
discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE ).
discoid eczema tends to be more difficult to get rid of than atopic eczema.
discoid skin lesions which are slightly elevated, red areas of skin.
discoid rash, photosensitivity, livedo reticularis and alopecia.
discoid lupus patients develop SLE.
The picture left shows a large area of discoid eczema on the lower leg, note the crusting.
However, many people who have systemic lupus will develop discoid lupus at some point during their disease.
Some preliminary evidence suggests that vitamin E might help people with discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE ).
systemic lupus will develop discoid lupus at some point during their disease.
The word usage examples above have been gathered from various sources to reflect current and historial usage. They do not represent the opinions of YourDictionary.com.