zona zo·na (zō'nə)
n. pl. zo·nae (-nē)
An encircling or beltlike anatomical structure. Also called segment, zone.
The article turned into a book, zona: A Book About a Film About a Journey to a Room.
“It is a turnaround,” Ozer said about the trial, which is scheduled to continue on April 21, with “zona” remaining in detention.
His new book is The Last Train to zona Verde: My Ultimate African Safari.
zona By Geoff Dyer We need a whole book on one film, to show just how much can be seen there.
“zona” said he himself fought against the Russians in the Caucasus.
Outer striated portion of investing membrane (zona radiata) of ovum.
The modern corset is a combination of the fascia and the zona.
The stage of about the greatest development of both the vitelline membrane and zona radiata is represented on Pl.
It is enclosed by a membrane formed from the zona radiata and the mucous layer around it.
The zona radiata attains a very great development, and is generally provided with knobs of various shapes on its outer surface.