zygomorphic[zī′gə môr′fik, zig′ə-]
Biol. bilaterally symmetrical; that can be divided in two identical halves by a single plane passing through the axis: said of organisms, organs, or parts
Origin of zygomorphiczygo- + -morphic
Having bilateral symmetry, as the flowers of a pea plant.
(comparative more zygomorphic, superlative most zygomorphic)