Exoskeletal
Exoskeletal Ex`o*skel"e*tal, a. (Anat.) Pertaining to the exoskeleton; as exoskeletal muscles. [1913 Webster]

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  • exoskeletal — |ek(ˌ)sō+ adjective Etymology: exoskeleton + al : of or relating to an exoskeleton * * * exoskelˈetal adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑exo * * * exoskeletal, on see exo prefix …   Useful english dictionary

  • exoskeletal — adjective see exoskeleton …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • exoskeletal — See exoskeleton. * * * …   Universalium

  • exoskeletal — adjective Pertaining to the exoskeleton …   Wiktionary

  • exoskeletal — exo·skel·e·tal (ek″so skelґə təl) 1. pertaining to an exoskeleton. 2. resembling an exoskeleton …   Medical dictionary

  • exoskeletal — exo·skeletal …   English syllables

  • exoskeletal prosthesis — a limb prosthesis in which support mechanisms are provided by a rigid external shell …   Medical dictionary

  • Motor exoskeletal — El concepto de motor exoskeletal representa un cambio de paradigma en el diseño de la turbomaquinaria.[1] Este concepto utiliza un diseño de rotor de tipo tambor para la turbomaquinaria, en la cual las láminas de rotor están conectadas al tambor… …   Wikipedia Español

  • exoskeleton — exoskeletal, adj. /ek soh skel i tn/, n. Zool. an external covering or integument, esp. when hard, as the shells of crustaceans (opposed to endoskeleton). [1840 50; EXO + SKELETON] * * * ▪ anatomy       rigid or articulated envelope that supports …   Universalium

  • Powered exoskeletons in fiction — Powered armor has appeared in a wide variety of fiction, beginning with E. E. Smith s Lensman series in 1937. Since then, it has featured in science fiction movies and literature, comic books, video games, and tabletop role playing games. One of… …   Wikipedia

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