deflexed


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deflexed

[dē′flekst]
(biology)
Turned sharply downward.
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Females from elsewhere in the range of this species do not exhibit the expanded, deflexed corners of female mediosternite VI.
0 cm long, hispid, imbricate, deflexed, dehiscent, oblong, straight, turgid.
dillenii" could be identified by their deflexed pedicels.
His explanations included why babies become deflexed, with arms extended over the head in the pelvis, and how to prevent it.
Pronotum short, constricted in the middle, brown, with the deflexed lobes more yellowish, impress-punctate, rugose behind and with a very slight median carina, hind border obtusely rounded; deflexed lobes with the lower margin nearly straight and strongly rounded at the hinder angle; the transverse sulci dark, well-marked, the hind slucus placed beyond the middle.
The lobes are oblong, obtuse, membranous, approximate, horizontal, and weakly deflexed.
Female postabdomen (Figs 10-13, 16, 18): Straight, not deflexed, terga 6, 7 and 8 single rectangular sclerites (Fig.
The stamens, 10-12 (rarely eight), are isomorphic and deflexed to one side of flower.
Bowtech's new Guardian works on Center Pivot Technology that positions the limbs behind the grip, placing the Guardian's riser in the deflexed category.
The bows also feature a 1 1/2" deflexed forged aluminum riser and a center tracking cam design to eliminate limb torque and cam lean.
Pedicel cap-like and with a dorsal cleft, bearing 1 or more dorsoapical setae; flagellomere 1 frequently sharply deflexed, extended from ventral surface of pedicel; arista bipectinate.