The adapical termination of the mould is smoothly rounded, indicating closure of the earliest whorls
by a transverse septum, probably one of several such septa of the type illustrated by Lindstrom (1884, pl.
Analysis indicated there was no statistically significant difference in the presence of six or more whorls
between the breast cancer patients and control group (Fisher's exact test: [chi square] = 0.78, p = 0.500; p > 0.05) (Table 1).
Table 2 indicates that loops rule the chart followed by whorls
and arches in both the sexes, which is in accordance with all previous works [9-25].
1-3 (1: frontal view; 2: lateral view; 3: sculpture along suture of the last whorl
triadicae, leaf whorls
were collected monthly as available during 2013 and 2014 in the tallow garden described above at Ft.
Height to each sampled whorl
was also measured with a tape just after felling.
Number of style arms, total number of sepals, total number of petals, and number of sepal and petal whorls
of 10 freshly bloomed flowers were counted manually.
To confirm the pathogenicity of isolate, leaf whorl
inoculation was done on 21 days old plants of susceptible sorghum cultivar under controlled glasshouse conditions.
Electron microscope images now reveal tiny feeder channels branching down from the tube to the bottom whorl
of the shell, opening in vanishingly small slits to outside air.
There is no shortcut available, footedness and hair whorl
Protoconch elongated, smooth, shining, ~2 whorls
; boundary between protoconch and teleoconch well-defined, orthocline (Fig.
The hallmark of this tumor is the presence of perivascular whorls
of fusiform cells (GOLDSCHMIDT & HENDRICK, 2002; GROSS et al., 2005).