prosogyrate

adjective
proso·gyrate | \ ¦präsə+ \

Definition of prosogyrate 

: curving toward the anterior used especially of the umbones of a bivalve mollusk — compare mesogyrate, opisthogyrate

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proso- + gyrate

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