2000) in having (1) less transverse commissural
outline, (2) a more strongly convex ventral valve, (3) almost straight sagittal profile of the anterior and posterior slopes and maximum height at the umbo, (4) a more prominent, narrow subtriangular apical process, (5) large, but weakly impressed cardinal muscle fields and (6) indiscernible dorsal central muscle scars.
Netrin-1 is required for commissural
axon guidance in the developing vertebrate nervous system.
3; paired ovules, not attached to the parent plant, with exposed one or two commissural
ribs in the distal part.
2 [micro]m height, triradiate and commissural
ridges straight and smooth, ultrastructure fibrous.
In 1929, Pike and colleagues observed spontaneous hind limb recovery after spinal cord hemisection in cats and proposed that "the mechanism which takes over control of movements of the limb lying below the level of the lesion includes motor fibers coming down on the opposite side of the spinal cord, and commissural
neurons lying in the spinal cord below the level of the lesion" .
Diffusion tensor imaging tractography applied in normal volunteers is able to resolve normal supratentorial fiber tracts (including various association fibers, projection fibers, and commissural
Also, the PCRF is traversed by an extensive system of commissural
fibers that interconnect the vestibular nuclear complexes.
Aortic stenosis presenting in adulthood usually is due to immobilization of the aortic valvular cusps by calcific deposits with little or no commissural
Rheumatic heart disease is characterized by gross commissural
fusion, leaflet thickening, and fusion of chordae.
A coronary artery ostium located at the lower end of the coronary sinus is named as low coronary artery ostium and an ostium located within 5 mm of the aortic valve apposition at the aortic annulus is called as commissural
coronary artery ostium (20).
size in neonatal rats: Effects of sex and prenatal alcohol exposure.