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2. ([[Mollusca]]: Gastropoda) Away from the shell apex toward base along axis or slightly oblique to it.
 
2. ([[Mollusca]]: Gastropoda) Away from the shell apex toward base along axis or slightly oblique to it.
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abapical (adjective; Latin ab, from; apex, top): 1. Pertains to the opposite of apical and thus the lower pole of spherical organisms.

2. (Mollusca: Gastropoda) Away from the shell apex toward base along axis or slightly oblique to it.