distal portion

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  • If there is any weight applied, it is often applied to the distal portion of the limb.
  • In cases of fracture the distal portion of the track is in consequence many times larger than the proximal. Cited from Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900, by George Henry Makins
  • The species name refers to the half-hearted shape of the distal portion of the valva.
  • The distal portion of the aorta is pushed forward to the right.
  • They often have a dark head, thorax and wing pads and the distal portion of the abdomen is usually dark green.
  • A site of origin from a more proximal or distal portion of the right hepatic artery is also considered relatively normal.
  • Recent evidence indicates a role for jasmonates in transmission of the signal to distal portions of the plant.
  • The suckers of cuttlefish extend most of the length of their arms and along the distal portion of their tentacles.
  • The forefoot represents the most distal portion of the foot.
  • In green light the distal portions of the rods are made of red colored phycoerythrin, which absorbs green light better.
  • The species name refers to the digitate process that comprises the distal portion of the sacculus.
  • Approximately a third of the small tetractines have three rows of spines along the distal portion of the apical ray.
  • The lateral pathway helps control precise movement of the distal portion of limbs.
  • Final instars form a cone from the distal portion of the leaf and pupate inside.
  • The species name refers to the reflexed or curved distal portion of the aedeagus.
  • This abnormal membrane most commonly forms at the lower and distal portion of the aqueduct, and completely obstructs the canal.
  • Rarely, chemosensory clusters may be found in the distal portion of the airway.
  • There can be many sesamoid bones near the metatarsophalangeal joints, although they are only regularly present in the distal portion of the first metatarsal bone.
  • This gene is thought to be responsible for the reduction of distal portions of hind limbs.
  • The latter were not unlike type Lee-Metford wounds, and were regarded as such until a few days afterwards when a hard body was felt in the distal portion of one track and removed. Cited from Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900, by George Henry Makins
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