antimere


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antimere

[′an·tē‚mir]
(invertebrate zoology)
Any one of the equivalent parts into which a radially symmetrical animal may be divided.
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At the left antimere, we found from one to eight lobes, so that the specimens with four and five lobes represented the majority of the sample, totaling 64.
Both in the right and left antimere, we recorded from one to two thoracic lobes.
The thymic lobes of right antimere received, regardless their origin, from eight to 27 arterial branches; being that eight, 11, 13, 20, 21, 25, 26 and 27 branches were observed in one case each (3.
This work confirmed that both venous and arterial variations are more frequent in the left antimere than in the right one.
Length (cm) and diameter (mm) of the kidney artery and vein from left and right antimeres.
80%), which significantly contribute to its blood supply, while in the right antimere of that age group and also, on both adults' sides, this artery is only a collaborator (20%).
in all cases, and in the left antimere of the newborn occurs the cooperation of the axillar a.
This artery, called dorsal costocervical trunk in the armadillo, is destined to the irrigation of the dorsal region of the neck, in the right antimere of the young animal and in the left of the adult.
The study was a cross sectional observational study undertaken to evaluate the frequency of dental caries in mandibular first molar and its antimere in the opposite mandibular quadrant in eight to ten years old children seen at 28 Military Dental Centre.
80(80%) males exhibited evidence of simultaneous presence of dental caries in mandibular first permanent molar and its antimere while 20(20%) males did not show any evidence.
After this period, carcasses were weighed and sectioned longitudinally into two antimeres.
The analysis of the thoracic segment showed a significant variation in the right and left antimeres of specimen E3, in which the measured values were smaller than in E1 and E2.