intersegmental


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intersegmental

[¦in·tər·seg′ment·əl]
(biology)
Situated between or involving segments.
(embryology)
Situated between the primordial segments of the embryo.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Strong intersegmental hydrogen bonding between two adjacent MDI-based hard segments in MBP would then be unlikely, because two aromatic rings on the central methylene unit of an MDI are neither coplanar nor linear [25].
--Segmento abdominal VIII separado de los segmentos anteriores, linea intersegmental VII-VIII se prolonga hasta el pliegue submarginal; cubiertas pupales oval......6
Since Cxcl8 plays an important role in angiogenesis, particularly in intersegmental vessel formation [31], Cxcl8a MO or Cxcl8b MO was microinjected in double transgenic embryos, Tg[(BACmpx:GFP).sup.i114] X Tg[(fli1a:EGFP).sup.y1], to correctly identify morphant embryos (Supplementary Figure 1).
Intersegmental vessels (ISV) and the dorsal longitudinal anastomotic vessels (DLAV), however, seemed disorganized and displayed a hypersprouting phenotype in tmsb-like-MO treated animals compared to control (Figures 3(e) and 3(g)).
The analysis of the vasculature revealed that intersegmental vessels (ISV) and the dorsal longitudinal anastomotic vessels (DLAV) had not formed properly in Bach1b-overexpressing zebrafish (Figures 2(a) and 2(c)).
The development of paired vertebral arteries (VAs) of 7 mm to 12 mm of the human embryo provides longitudinal anastomoses of so-called primitive proatlantal intersegmental artery (PIA) and six cervical intersegmental arteries (CIAs) that arise from the dorsal aorta on both sides.
They were all attached on the intersegmental membrane specifically on the dorsal.
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From the perspective of motor component, the priorities are: balance, intersegmental, intermuscular and intramuscular coordination, kinaesthetic sense, muscle tone.
The terminology and the concept have been championed by authors including Cholewicki and McGill (13), and Triano (14) In brief, the proposed mechanism is failure of a local stabilizing element such as an intersegmental ligament or muscle.
Parameters of Intersegmental Co-ordination in Speech: Insight from Igbo.
First, the proximal (central) part of the right subclavian artery (pars proximalis arteriae subclaviae dextrae) arises from the right fourth pharyngeal arch artery (right fourth aortic arch, arteria arcus pharyngei quarti dextri) and its distal (peripheric) part is derived from the right seventh intersegmental artery (arteria intersegmentalis septima dextra).

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