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saccus

[′sak·əs]
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Uncus thin, finger-shaped, apex pointed, both sides folded inwardly; tegumen triangular; left and right valva entirely fused basally, basal part broader, bifid postmedially, costa long sickle-shaped, curved ventrally, apex pointed, sacculus inflated; gnathos indistinct; saccus slender, swollen distally; aedeagus slightly arched, curved cornuti at apex, microtrichia on inside of slightly exposed membrane.
El saccus lateralmente va inclinado mientras el aedeagus tiene el proceso distal delgado y recto y el posterior de base gruesa, pero se va adelgazando gradualmente.
distictaria presenta tres autapomorfias asociadas a Ias armaduras genitales dei macho y de la hembra y dei metafurcaestemo: 3(4) franja mediai en Ias alas anteriores de Ias hembras bicolor; 16(2) anellus en forma de tridente no esclerosado; 27(3) saccus de forma triangular.
2f-2g) Uncus sclerotised, curved, slender distally; tegumen broad; juxta plate-like, bilobed; saccus V-shaped, without saccular process; valva broad, outwardly curved, distally cone-shape lobe with small hair; aedeagus broad, rod-like, dorsoventrally curved, dorsally a pair of hex-dentate thecal appendage, ventrally membranous lobe Female Genitalia (Fig.
antennatus in the shape of the saccus, gnathos and aedeagus, but can be easily distinguished by the shape of the anellus (its branches are widened towards the apex in the new species but are parallel-sided in M.
argentina (compare Parra & Santos-Salas, 1991: figs 1-3) but differing in shape of trifid uncus, bilobed and shorter saccus, in configuration of juxta and its lateral appendages, and in valve costa, hunched at middle.
Saccus kojonktiva darliklarinda ilk kez periton grefti kullanmis , neovaskuler glokomda on kamaraya drenaj saglamasi icin plastik tup kullanmis , ilk kez akrilikten cam goz gibi kirilmayan protez goz yapmistir.
Valva subrectangular con borde anterior convexo a la altura del apice de la ampulla, y borde posterior convexo en la mitad dorsal de la valva; apice del cucullus levemente proyectado antero-dorsalmente; sacculus visiblemente esclerotizado, ancho entre tres quintos y 14/15 del ancho de la valva; ampulla, entre un cuarto y un quinto del largo de la valva, curvada hacia el interior, ancho mayor en el tercio basal y luego estrechada a la mitad; saccus en forma subtriangular, proyectado ventralmente en forma de espina.
Organos genitales: uncus unico, valvas oblongas, su largo es dos veces el ancho maximo, sin corona, ampulla presente, pequena, terminada en punta, ubicada en el tercio distal de la valva, saccus triangular, aedeagus con presencia de espinas de base bulbosa y espinas delgadas, hembra con la bursa copulatrix unisacular.
For Magdeburg, Moore uses the succession of three cathedral preachers--Siegfried Saccus, Philipp Hahn, and Reinhard Bakius--to make clear how both theological principles and local political concerns influenced the development of the genre.
Though the general rule remained, "about the dead, nothing but good," some preachers pointed out that the departed had repented of some habitual sin, most often public drunkenness, though it was easier for Siegfried Saccus to do that over the coffins of the canons in the cathedral foundation in Magdeburg than for court preachers in Dresden, laying to rest their princes.