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==Glossary of primary Dalek components==
 
==Glossary of primary Dalek components==
 
Fans of the ''Doctor Who'' programme have adopted naming conventions to identify the various elements of the Dalek travel machine.<ref name="Dalek Autopsy" >{{cite web |url=http://www.projectdalek.co.uk/files/autopsy.html |title=Dalek Autopsy: Component Names |year=2009 |accessdate=10 September 2009 |work=Project Dalek Website }}</ref> These are listed below as an aid to tracking the detail changes made to the basic design to create variants. From the base up, the major components are:
 
Fans of the ''Doctor Who'' programme have adopted naming conventions to identify the various elements of the Dalek travel machine.<ref name="Dalek Autopsy" >{{cite web |url=http://www.projectdalek.co.uk/files/autopsy.html |title=Dalek Autopsy: Component Names |year=2009 |accessdate=10 September 2009 |work=Project Dalek Website }}</ref> These are listed below as an aid to tracking the detail changes made to the basic design to create variants. From the base up, the major components are:
* '''fender''': The projecting base of the Dalek.
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* '''fender''': Also known as 'bumpers'. The projecting base of the Dalek.
 
* '''skirt''': The section with angled faces, to which the hemispheres are attached.
 
* '''skirt''': The section with angled faces, to which the hemispheres are attached.
 
* '''hemispheres''': Also known as ‘hemis’, 'sense globes' ‘skirt balls’ or 'Dalek bumps,' there are fifty-six of these (forty-eight on [[#New Paradigm Daleks|New Paradigm Daleks]]) fixed in four rows to the skirt panels.
 
* '''hemispheres''': Also known as ‘hemis’, 'sense globes' ‘skirt balls’ or 'Dalek bumps,' there are fifty-six of these (forty-eight on [[#New Paradigm Daleks|New Paradigm Daleks]]) fixed in four rows to the skirt panels.
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