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exserted

[ek′sərd·əd]
(biology)
Protruding beyond the enclosing structure, such as stamens extending beyond the margin of the corolla.
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Mostly the protoconch projects a little above the first teleoconch whorl and is slightly down-tilted, but in some species it is strongly exsert (Clypeostoma salpinx, Pholidotrope gloriosa, Perrinia konos) or slightly sunken below the level of the first teleoconch whorl rendering the apex truncated (Danilia spp.
Exterior of outer lip lacking such a varix, at most with a broad, low thickening behind outer lip; apex not truncate and protoconch exsert 9
fascicularis exsert septa was inappropriate and labor intensive.
Skeletal microstructure of Galaxea fascicularis exsert septa: a high-resolution SEM study.
The protoconch is translucent white, globose and exsert, with a diameter of ca 285 um; in the material available the surface is worn and sculptural detail not evident.
43A, C): White, a little exsert and slightly down-tilted; diameter ca 340 [micro]m; terminal lip very weakly convex; superficial sculpture well developed, arranged in irregular axial lines, spiral element weakly evident in some specimens.
Using low voltage, high-resolution FESEM, we identified four principal crystal forms on the growth surface of exsert septa sampled from polyps of Galaxea fascicularis.
fascicularis exsert septa predominantly on denticles.
62C): White, globose and distinctly exsert, diameter ca 280 um; surface worn, but with evidence of a fine, flocculent microsculpture; terminal lip convex.
Repeated sampling of silks on unpollinated ears indicated that the female inbred in Field F required about 7 d to exsert 95% of the silks on an average ear.
When 30% of the plants in each plot reached silking, five plants about to exsert silks were selected for sampling.