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distal

[′dist·əl]
(biology)
Located away from the point of origin or attachment.
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Teeth of lateral and posterior row groups are asymmetrical, lower crowned, and with a smaller, distally inclined cusp.
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Fore femur weakly incrassate, bearing a regularly spaced row of 11-12 small, sharp black spines of gradually decreasing size going distally (Fig.
General morphology of ovipositor and membranous valves similar to those of Ellipteroides (Protogonomyia) adrastea Stary & Mendl, 1984, from which it differs by female cercus longer than tergite 10, distally thinner and upturned, and with blunt tip.
Orange and dark red-brown to black species; postpronotal lobes and abdominal tergites extensively orange (may be masked by silver pruinescence); wing membrane pale orange to brownish stained even if only along major veins distally.
Directly beneath the FCR tendon there was a bulky and longitudinally oriented muscle belly arising from the distal radius and having an oblique origin from the interosseous membrane and the ulna distally (Figure 1).
Distal sclerite (DMS) of pedipalp simple and in median position, broadly fused to tegulum and conducting embolus medially and distally, often with additional sclerotizations in a basal position (e.
The plant has blades that are pinnate proximally and pinnatifid distally, a mixture of sori each served by a single vein or by two veins, and differential development of secondary costal sterile areoles (Figs.
Clot forming within the balloon was then milked distally during withdrawal, forming a solidified mass at the tip that prevented complete removal.
Inflorescence erect, bipinnate, 30-50 x 40-65 cm with 15 to 25 hemispherical branches; primary bracts lingulate, spreading at 45[degrees]-90[degrees] from the axis, thin- coriaceous, 6-35 cm long with an inflated, ovate, dark castaneous sheath, 5-6 x 3-6 cm and with an acute and apiculate blade 10-22 mm wide; all with three zones of color; proximally castaneous and green then bright pink or pink and yellow-green and most distally bright pink; all appressed pale punctate-lepidote throughout; branches polystichously arranged, 10-15 mm apart, each with a stout, flattened 2-4 mm peduncle, spreading at ca.
We believe this study will significantly reinforce our belief that balloon protection provides the most effective means of preventing unwanted debris from migrating distally to the microvasculature.