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bilobate

[′bī′lō‚bāt]
(biology)
Divided into two lobes.
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Conclusion: The bilobed flap was found to be superior to the z-plastytechnique since the flap had better predictability and no tissue was wasted.
Jacobsomys differs from Postcopemys in having a distinctly bilobed anterocone on M1; major cusps of upper molars opposite one another rather than alternate; anterior and median mures of M1, M2, and m1 anteroposteriorly oriented and situated along the midlines of the molars; mesoloph absent in Ml and M2; paralophule on Ml and M2 strongly connected to mesostyle.
Diagnosis of t(11; 17) APL can be difficult based on morphology alone because the blasts have a more regular nucleus compared with the bilobed nucleus typically found in APL.
They have longer than wide digit impressions with acuminate distal ends and bilobed heel impressions.
The genus Asheum Sublette & Sublette (Sublette & Sublette, 1983) was previously placed in Polypedilum, but as the pulvilli are not bilobed and the eighth abdominal segment of the male is not basally constricted it was reestablished as a separate genus by Oyewo & Saether (2008).
Local flaps are those that are derived from the immediate area of resection and common examples of these include the swing slide bilobed naso-labial and the forehead flap.
Ventral arch (VA) articulating with ventral margin of mouth hook, sclerotized, two foramens, anterior margin with 20-24 denticles, posterior margin V-shaped; epistomal sclerite (ES) bilobed, welded to both parastomal bars (PB), all C-shaped; parastomal bars posteriorly fused with pharyngeal sclerites.
A 9 years old, uncastrated male Labrador dog was presented with history of progressively growing hard bilobed swelling in perianal area of about 3.
5 cm, style 3 cm long, glandular along its length; stigma bilobed.
Sexual dimorphism: Genital papilla in male not fimbriate, long and slender, slightly bilobed at tip, its maximum length extending to base of about anal-fin spine or first soft anal-fin ray; female papilla short, bulbous, with several finger-like projections at edge of opening, extending almost to anal spine.