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Zygomorphous

With bilateral symmetry, i.e. either side of an (imaginary) central line being a mirror image of the other.

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Zygomorphic

With bilateral symmetry, i.e. either side of an (imaginary) central line being a mirror image of the other.

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Zoochory

Distribution by animal vector, either external on the coat or legs (ectozoochory) or internal, through the gut (endozoochory).

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Zonoaperturate

(In pollen) grain with apertures in equatorial zone: may be zonocolpate, zonocolporate, zono- (or zona-)sulcate or zonoporate.

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Zonation

The sequence of vegetation types in three dimensions (not in time); for example, bands of vegetation at different altitudes of…

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Zhi Yin

A syndrome that is caused by evil Yin (water) accumulation in the chest and diaphragm leading to Lung Qi rebellion.…

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Zheng Qi

In very general terms, health and disease is seen in Chinese medicine as being a balance of the body’s strength…

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Zhang Zhong Jing

The author of the Shang Han Lun. He created Six Channel diagnosis, which laid the foundation for much of Chinese…

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