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.
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Third, the AA (day 33) and its branches on both sides of the human body are derived from the axial artery which is a distal (peripheral) continuation of the seventh intersegmental artery (arteria intersegmentalis septima).
Abbreviations: CHKA, 3a-cinnamoyloxy-9/5-hydroxy-ent-kaura-16-en-19-oic acid; VEGF, vascular endothelial growth factor; Kdr, VEGF receptor 2; Ang, angpiopoietin; Tie, angpiopoietin receptor; HUVECs, human umbilical vein endothelial cells; PCR, polymerase chain reaction; PE, petroleum ether; EtOAc, ethyl acetate; BuOH, n-butanol; Aq, residual aqueous; EAP, endogenous alkaline phosphatase; LDH, lactate dehydrogenase; CCK, cell counting kit; ISVs, intersegmental blood vessels; SIVs, subintestinal vessels plexus; AKT, protein kinase B; mTOR, mammalian target of rapamycin; ERK, extracellular signal-regulated kinase.
In the 1st experiment, weevils were marked in the intersegmental area of the thorax and elytra with a Neon Red fluorescent pigment (DayGlo Color Corp.
The construction industry can expedite the process by adopting an intersegmental, collaborative approach.
Confocal microscopy of the Fli-EGFP transgenic zebrafish model revealed discontinuous development and blood vessel occlusion of the dorsal longitudinal anastomotic vessel and intersegmental blood vessel in 7 of 10 fish in the thalidomide treatment group [Figure 3].
II]) is associated with intersegmental mixing of "noncrystalline" hard segments with soft microphase.
Biomechanically, segmental anthropometric parameters are routinely estimated for use within inverse dynamics equations in order to calculate intersegmental forces and net joint moments during gait, kicking, throwing and striking actions (Davids et al.
Vincent & Clarke (1985) noted that DFB significantly reduced the content of chitin from the intersegmental membrane in adults of L.
Embryological Origin: The intersegmental arteries are 30 or more branches of the dorsal aorta.
Accident injury patients often suffer from a common but little know soft tissue injury called “Alteration of Motion Segment Integrity or Altered Intersegmental Motion.
Las anteriores condiciones garantizan la infeccion del hongo y la evidencia de sintomas y signos de las larvas afectadas por el entomopatogeno, como son perdida de movimiento, coloracion rojiza, presencia de maculas a la altura de espiraculos y en region intersegmental, rigidez completa del cuerpo de la larva y aparicion de micelio blanco algodonoso en espiraculos boca y ano.
Spermathecalpores : Not observed, although Michaelsen (1907) noted them in the 5 intersegmental furrows 11/12-15/16.

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