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palp

[palp]
(invertebrate zoology)
Any of various sensory, usually fleshy appendages near the oral aperture of certain invertebrates.
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Entonces, dos estructuras u organitos en los palpos estan bien definidos y pueden ser de importancia taxonomica: mancha de Reuter y organo Palp pit.
The maxillipeds played a major role in attaching to the bottom and in crawling, while the antennae and mandibular palps were involved in slow swimming along the bottom.
Brevipalpus yothersi female - ventral view of anal and genital regions (a), spermatheca (b), dorsal seta on palp femorogenu (c), distal part of palpus (d).
Spination: femora I p 0-0-1, II p 0-0-1, III p 0-0-1, IV 0 and femora of palps p 0-0-1; patellae I-IV 0 and patellae of palps 0; tibiae I v 1-1-0, p 0-1-1, r 0-0-2 (apical, in the base of retrolateral tibial apophysis), II v 1-1-0, p 0-1-1, III v 1-1-1, p 0-2-(0-1), r 1-0-1, IV v 0-1-(0-1), p 0-1-0, r 0-0-1 and tibiae of palps p 0-1-1; metatarsi I v 0-0-1 (apical), p 1-0-0, II v 1-0-3 (apical), III v 0-0-2 (apical), p 0-(1-2)-2, r 1-1-1-1, IV v 0-1-0, p 0-0-1, r 1-1-(1-2), tarsi I-IV and tarsi of palps 0.
The cells surrounding and outside the distal maxillary palp primordium give rise to the proximal maxillary socket and lancinia.
puniceus shows simple morphology; it has paired palps and pygidial lobes, but no eyespots, nuchal organs, statocysts, or ciliary rings dorsoanteriorly--an exceptional finding in this group.
At this time, however, the presumptive palp cells do not abut on the Fgf9/16/20-expressing cells, and therefore these cells do not express ZicL.
SHINER Bolasie SHOCKER Zaha The Palace spot of exc a dire gamecontrol PaP l MaMfor sususub CRYSTAL PALP Hangeland 7, Ledley 6, McA Zaha 6 (Punch(Gayle, 78minSTOKE CITY: Shawcross 6, WCameron 76 - (Arnaunaunauautovic, 5 RERERERE R FERE SHO
T0 T2 Resgate (%) GR -- 100 (8/8) GRM -- 50 (4/8) Postura GR 0 1,7 [+ or -] 0,8A GRM 0 1 [+ or -] 1,2 Conforto GR 0 1,5 [+ or -] 0,9A GRM 0 1,7 [+ or -] 1,3A Atividade GR 0 2 [+ or -] 0,5A GRM 0 1,3 [+ or -] 0,5A Atitude GR 0 1,6 [+ or -] 0,7A GRM 0 1 [+ or -] 0,5A Miscelania GR 0 1,8 [+ or -] 1,1Aa GRM 0 0,7 [+ or -] 0,8b Palp. Ferida GR 0 1,5 [+ or -] 0,5A GRM 0 0,7 [+ or -] 0,8 Palp.
Leg measurements: palp 5.3 (1.6, 0.7, 0.9, -, 2.1); leg I 21.7 (5.9, 2.5, 5.9, 5.7, 1.7); leg II 23.5 (6.5, 2.6, 6.4, 6.3, 1.7); leg III 17.0 (5.1, 1.9, 4.6, 4.1, 1.3); leg IV 17.7 (5.2, 1.8, 4.6, 4.7, 1.4).