hamulus


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hamulus

[′ham·yə·ləs]
(vertebrate zoology)
A hooklike process, especially a small terminal hook on the barbicel of a feather.
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1]), absent sternebra, incomplete ossification of xiphoid process and increased distance between hamulus and basisphenoid (1000 mg [kg.
The tensor veli palatini muscle from a relatively broad origin converges on a medial tendon, which passes around the hamulus of the medial pterygoid plate.
These included the difference in size between the front and back teeth, unusually thick and sturdy leg bones, and enlargement of a wrist bone called the hamulus.
Also, a physical and visual examination of associated structures such as the pterygoid hamulus of the soft palate, the stylohyoid complex, the temporalis tendon, the sphenopalatinum ganglion, paranasal sinuses, the stylomandibular ligament, the parotid gland and the dental structures as well as possible cervical lesions should be included.
Deep suspension sutures were then placed at the angles of the palate overlying the pterygoid hamulus.
Mandibular and maxillary features evaluated for post-test scores Mandibular Features Maxillary Features n=10 n=11 Mandibular tori Inferior border of maxillary sinus Genial tubercles Nasal fossa Nutrient canals Anterior nasal spine Mental foramen Soft tissue of the nose External oblique ridge Coronoid process Submandibular fossa Lateral pterygoid plate Inferior border of the mandible Hard palate Mental ridge Incisive foramen Lingual foramen Hamulus Mandibular canal Maxillary sinus Malar process Table III.
Although with bootstrap values greater than 93 % and Hamulus as the outgroup, the medical cultivars are in one clade that is sister to the industrial hemp cultivars in a second clade (Fig.
This is the region where anastomosis of GPA with lesser palatine A on the aponeurosis of tensor veli palatini exists in the vicinity of hamulus.