distal part

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  • The distal part of the patch is a light blue area with two dark lines.
  • This splits the ridge into a central part and two distal parts.
  • The distal part of the subterminal area is pale brown and the marginal line is brown.
  • The distal part of the wing is blackish brown, becoming purple-brown on the disc.
  • The distal part is white with three black markings.
  • Along the costal edge, in the distal part of the wing, there are four pale spots.
  • Perhaps I might defeat natural processes by leaving a leaf or part of one at the distal part of a green graft shoot. Cited from Northern Nut Growers Assn, 24th Annual Meeting, Sep 11-12, 1933
  • Adults have blue-black wings with two transverse white or yellow bands on the distal part of the forewings.
  • There is a prominent triangular dark brown spot at the base and two or more conspicuous dark brown spots in the distal part of the wing.
  • The disease is characterized by the loss of pain sensation mainly in the distal parts of the lower limbs such as feet and lower legs.
  • The distal part of the wing is brown, but lighter towards dorsum.
  • The basal part of the petiole moves less than the distal part. Cited from Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants, by Darwin
  • At rest, the wings are longitudinally bent with the last distal part being clear and colorless (almost white).
  • Oviduct about half as long as the proximal part of the pedunculus, which is longer than the distal part.
  • Lesions and scars also appear on the skin, usually the face and the distal parts of the limbs.
  • Its proximal and distal parts are connected inside by a thread and two one-sided clamps.
  • Together they can form an insoluble precipitate which blocks the distal part of the nephrons.
  • Females have a large rounded creamy white patch at the distal part of the wing.
  • The outer third of its pectoral fin is yellow, the extreme distal part is hyaline.
  • The hallmark of the disease is the marked loss of pain and temperature sensation in the distal parts of the lower limbs.
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