ventriculus


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ventriculus

[ven′trik·yə·ləs]
(zoology)
A ventricle that performs digestive functions, such as a stomach or a gizzard.
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= Multiple stage; GIT = gastrointestinal tract; PVV = proventriculus and ventriculus; Treatments with different letters have statistical significance (P<0.05) by Tukey test.
In this case report, sedation for central vein catheterization a girl patient who having severe congestive heart failure with huge mural thrombus in left ventriculus has been presented.
Finalmente, surge um numeral ordinal quartus; -a;-um (quarto), que se encontra no genitivo do singular masculino, dependente de outro "genitivo", como seu qualificativo, a saber: ventriculi; de ventriculus; -i (sub.
From the proventriculus, partially digested food travels to the ventriculus, commonly called the gizzard.
The poultry stomach is actually made up of two parts: the glandular proventriculus and the muscular ventriculus or gizzard.
Bacteria were present in large numbers in that structure alone, and not in the ventriculus (or digestive structure) as expected.
-- Commonly large, stout worms; usually three lips present, less often two or none; esophagus simple, muscular, lacking specializations, occasionally with posterior ventriculus, with or without appendix; intestine occasionally with one or more appendices at esophagointestinal junction; preanal sucker present in a few species; eggs usually with sculptured uterine layer, unembryonated when laid, juveniles infective to host in second (perhaps third) stage; parasites of all classes of vertebrates.
In this study, we have compared morphological variation within and between species of the melanogaster complex in sexual (testes length and area and the area of the posterior lobe of the genital arch) and nonsexual traits (wing length and width, tibia length, femur length, and length and area of the stalk connecting the malpighian tubule to the pyloric region of the ventriculus).
In dissected adult flies, intense X-gal staining was found in the thoracic nephrocytes [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 8A OMITTED], abdominal pericardial cells [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 8B OMITTED], and two clearly demarcated regions of the ventriculus [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 8C OMITTED!.
All other organs, including the thyroid and parathyroid glands, heart, crop, proventriculus, and ventriculus, appeared grossly unremarkable.
Our previous study showed that branches of a.coronaria sinistra in Bactrian camels not only supply atrium sinistrum, ventriculus sinister and the adjacent part of ventriculus dexter, but also most parts of interventricular septum (Yuan et al., 2010).
In other birds, chondrosarcomas have been described in the metatarsophalangeal joint (SIEGFRIED, 1983), nictitating membrane (SPALDING & WOODARD, 1992), tarsal bones (KENNEDY et al., 1995), carpus (KUBO et al., 2007), sternum (DITTMER et al., 2012), and ventriculus (ERDOGAN et al., 2013).