Lateral Plates

Lateral Plates

 

paired structures originating in the course of embryonic development in all chordates during the separation of the middle germ layer. The lateral plates consist of two sheets: outer (parietal), adjacent to the body wall, and inner (visceral), adjacent to the intestinal wall. A secondary body cavity or coelom develops between them. The serous membranes, smooth muscles, mesenchyma, blood vessels, heart, and mesentery are derived from the lateral plates during embryonic development.

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Left lateral plates preserved viscerally: GIT 767-2, GIT 767-3 and GIT 767-17.
b) Final fixation construct with both medial and lateral plates after healing had occurred.
The stability provided by such a construct allows treatment of unstable tibial plateau fractures with a single laterally or medially based LCP plates that previously required either medial and lateral plates a circular external fixators, or a combination of plates and an external fixator.
Epiphallus divided medially, with moderately small or large ancorae, small lateral plates and long, narrow, upcurving lophi with acute apices.
The main time-saving features are associated with the new bolted base, as this can be fixed to the sub frame, thereby avoiding lateral plates.
Genital plates elongated straight slendrical; lateral plates distinctly large elongated-oval; spermatheca with cornu distinctly short ramus longer than cornu nodulus absent.
Ergonomic features include a special grip frame with interchangeable backstrap inserts and lateral plates, allowing the pistol to be individually adapted to any user.
Over the past 15,000 years, freshwater sticklebacks have lost their bony lateral plates, or "armour," in these new environments.
Ergonomics of the grip are probably the best on the market, as the backstrap inserts and lateral plates for the sides are interchangeable.
The bed is made of three closed frames made of steel sheet, stiffened with members and lateral plates with two windows for the blocking unit and tensioning unit.

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