The study suggested that common snake predators that can easily eat dextral
snails struggle to consume the sinistral ones.
In oral view the posterior process of the dextral
specimens is more curved and sigmoidal.
3) displays a different kind of malformation: the sinistral half of tergite I is free, and the dextral
half is joined to the sinistral half of tergite II (one can recognize the tergite because I and II differ in size).
, thin, up to 25 mm; spire extremely acute-conical, elongate; sutures impressed, up to 5 loosely coiled whorls, growth lines inconspicuous (Harmen & Berg 1971); subfossils extremely fragile, lack periostracum.
Laborious research tells me that true soles belong to the family Soleidae and are dextral
fish, meaning they have eyes on the right hand side.
And once they have this settled, they all seem to be able to orient themselves by facing in the fairly constant direction of the rising sun and distinguishing the four directions of frontal east and dorsal west, sinistral north and dextral
south in the real world.
The effect of a dextral
t-VNS after stimulation of the left ear was also examined for the first time.
A well-developed intersection lineation plunges gently WSW, though its mean orientation is very slightly (3[degrees]) counterclockwise of the fold axis determined from bedding orientations, consistent with a component of dextral
strike-slip shear during fold tightening.
0x20 The post-mineral Classic Fault, a prominent northwest-striking dextral
structure, cuts obliquely through the mafic intrusion.
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Mineralisation intersected in TRC0053 and the deeper portions of TRC0054 has been offset along a northwest oriented, dextral
shear which marks the boundary between the northern Block 7 and Block 6 immediately south.
hyperstrophy of postlarval Heliaeus (Gastropoda: Architectonicidae).