midbody mid·bod·y (mĭd'bŏd'ē)
The anatomical middle region of the trunk of the body.
One of several granules composed of microtubules that forms between daughter cells during the telophase of mitosis.
There is considerable geographic variation in the number of dorsal granules around the midbody.
In juveniles the anterior, dorsal body-blotches are black, whereas those at the midbody and posteriorly are brown.
I was about midbody actually, well, no—more at his shoulder, when I leaned over to look at him.
They are chunky in midbody and narrow rapidly towards the tail, closely resembling goosebeaked whales (p. 70).