caudal part

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  • The caudal part has a membrane of fruit, while the cephalic part consists of leaf pieces.
  • The valve is three-sided and made after cutting the fruit in the caudal part of the case.
  • They create a silky case with a straight caudal part and a sharply down-curved anterior end.
  • At end of the development, the slender and curved caudal part is discarded.
  • The animal becomes female if the cranial part of the gonad develops or male if the caudal part undergoes differentiation.
  • The caudal part later becomes sensory axon part of the spinal cord.
  • As a result the caudal part of the uterus is unitary while the cephalo (upper) part is bifurcated.
  • The caudal part is thinner, sometimes with longitudinal ridges formed by folds of leaves stretched by the larva.
  • However, appetitive behaviors are disrupted by the lesions in rostral part rather than caudal part of medial preoptic area.
  • The autopalatine is peculiarly expanded to above and below at its caudal end, and like in some Otocephala, the caudal part of the mesethmoid appears compressed when seen from above.
  • They include the caudal part of the medial amygdalar nucleus, and the cortical amygdalar nucleus.
  • Lesion experiments show that the central nucleus of the amygdala connects with the startle circuit via the caudal part of the amygdalofugal pathway.
  • Other cells migrate through the caudal part of the primitive line and form the lateral mesoderm, and those cells migrating by the most caudal part contribute to the extraembryonic mesoderm.
  • The intensity of male copulatory behavior is found to positively correlate with the number of the aromatase-expression neurons in the caudal part of POM.
  • It corresponds to the caudal part of the ventral posterolateral nucleus, which receives input from the medial lemniscus.
  • The length of the case is 5.5-6.5 mm and it is yellow or light chocolate-brown in color, although the caudal part is much darker and brownish.
  • Graziano and colleagues suggested an alternative principle of organization for the primary motor cortex and the caudal part of the premotor cortex, all regions that project directly to the spinal cord and that were included in the Penfield and Woolsey definition of M1.
  • The cranial portion of the loop will develop into the jejunum, most of the ileum while the caudal part of the loop eventually forms the terminal portion of the ileum, the ascending colon and the initial 2/3 of the transverse colon.
  • The adult worms of Onchocerca tubingensis are found in subcutaneous nodules on the caudal part of the back, while the microfilariae are distributed on the ventral part of the body with maximum densities in the region of the sternum and with lower densities on the inner sides of the hindlegs.
  • By the fifth week, the connecting tissue bridge has narrowed, and the caudal part of the foregut, the midgut, and a major part of the hindgut are suspended from the abdominal wall by the dorsal mesentery, which extends from the lower end of the esophagus to the cloacal region of the hindgut.