gliding joint

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gliding joint

[¦glīd·iŋ ′jȯint]
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most points of infection were found in areas where the cuticle folds and at arthrodial membrane locations, which usually are areas out of reach for allogrooming by nest mates.
Approximately 200-300 [micro]L of haemolymph were extracted from the arthrodial membrane of the fifth pereiopod of each organism; using a 1 mL syringe rinsed with a 10% cooled anticoagulant solution of sodium citrate.
Rather, the reported instrumentation included goniometry, arthrodial protractor, photography and video recording (Philippi, 2006; Klackenberg et al, 2005; Rahlin, 2005; Cheng et al, 2000; Emery, 1994).
Uptake of DOM by nemertean worms: association of worms with arthrodial membranes.
The movement of this joint is quite complex as it allows hinging movement in one plane (a ginglymoid joint) and at the same time allows gliding movements (an arthrodial joint) in another plane.
A 500-[micro]L sample of hemolymph was then withdrawn by inserting a 21-gauge needle and a 1-mL syringe into the arthrodial membrane at the base of the fourth walking legs, and the sample was injected onto the sample well.
One person held the animal in the abdominal flexure position, exposing the arthrodial membrane of the medial dorsal surface at the joint between the prosoma and the opisthosoma, while a second person withdrew the hemolymph.