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vomer

[′vō·mər]
(anatomy)
A skull bone below the ethmoid region constituting part of the nasal septum in most vertebrates.
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Aunque ese landmark no se tuvo en cuenta en el presente estudio, si se observo el vomer, y la pared de la fosa nasal, con diferencias importantes pero no tan marcadas, esto debido posiblemente a que se estudia una conformacion y no un landmark indi vidualmente.
O osso vomer (os vomer, V: Figura 1D) apresenta-se como uma lamina longa e estreita, achatado lateralmente, pontiagudo rostralmente; articula-se caudalmente com o palatino e com o rostro paraesfenoide (facies articularis vomeralis).
In Paraleptynia females have a very long and lanceolate subgenital plate, a praeopercular organ as well as developed gonapophyses IX and gonoplacs, while males have a well-developed and sclerotised vomer, paired thorn pads on the lower posterior margin of the anal segment and small, unspecialised cerci.
Osseous atresia may require choanal reconstruction or transpalatine resection of the thick vomer.
RESUMEN: Los peces Pycnodontiformes estan principalmente representados por elementos craneales desarticulados, tales como el vomer o los prearticulares.
Vomer is turned to healthy direction and is inclined, connecting to palatine process of maxilla and isolating one half of the nasal cavity from the oral cavity.
Al desinstalar el dispositivo se hallo una buena integridad de los tejidos blandos sin signos de edema o infeccion y se evidencio una ligera inflamacion en la mucosa del vomer que se encontraba debajo del expansor, la cual se soluciono a los dos dias en promedio despues de la desinstalacion.
Chondrichthyes Carcharhinidae Rhizoprionodon lalandii Dasyatidae Dasyatis guttata Gymnuridae Gymnura micrura Myliobatidae Myliobates narinari Myliobatidae Rhynoptera bonasus Osteichthyes -- Nao identificado -- Nao identificado Ariidae Genidens genidens Carangidae Selene vomer Carangidae Carangoides bartholomaei Carangidae Trachinotus carolinus Carangidae Trachinotus goodei Carangidae Caranx latus Carangidae Nao identificado Centropomidae Centropomus sp.
The vomeronasal cartilage is usually the only remaining adult manifestation of these vestigial organs, and is located between the lower margin of the cartilage of the nasal septum and the vomer (Moore & Persaud, 2004).
Fifteen characters showed too little variation within the family--were too consistent--to be useful: Degree of ossification of the nasal septum, degree of ossification of the nasal conchs, presence or absence of a horizontal flange of the nasal septum (= floor of the nasal capsule), rostral palatines twisted or not, shape of orbital process of quadrate bone, shape of retroarticular process of mandible, completeness of rostral palate, shape of process 7b of mandible, shape of pseudotemporal process of mandible, presence or absence of a free lacrimal bone, degree of fusion of pterygoid-palatine junction, ratio of ulna length: humerus length, ratio of tibiotarsus length: tarsometatarsus length, degree of squamosal inflation, shape and size of the rostral end of the vomer.
Las piezas oseas asignables al craneo, en su mayoria se encuentran muy fragmentadas y en muy pocos casos pudimos identificarlas con algun elemento anatomico conocido, por ejemplo, basioccipital, cuadrado, operculo, vomer, entre otros.