TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HYPOGNATHISM»
The term «hypognathism» is used very little and occupies the 170.737
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYPOGNATHISM»
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... in the more specialized prognathous insects, i.e., merely by the rotation of the
mouth parts from a horizontal or oblique to a vertical position. In the Blattidae ( fig.
7 ) and Mantidae hypognathism has developed without any compression of ...
Edmund Murton Walker, 1959
Intermaxillary hypognathism, more extended observation will probably show, is
the result of "a scrofulous tendency on one or both sides of the ancestral tree. As
the influence of excessive growth of the sphenoid is considered as the cause of ...
It is a question, however, whether it is reasonable to look at the problem:
hypognathism (orthognathism) contra prognathism from a phylogenetic
standpoint. Both types occur coordinately through several insect orders, and both
features are ...
Handbook of Clinical Skills: A Practical Manual
If the chin is too far behind, it is hypognathism, as seen in JRA (JIA). Until now,
the discussion focused on the techniques the observer uses in observing an
object. We can also categorize the components of what is being looked at. This is
The People of Aritama: The Cultural Personality of a ...
... is considered an 'Indian'. The expressions pelo maluco ('bad hair') or pelo
bonito ('pretty hair') are heard very frequently when discussing the racial
characteristics of a person. A marked hypognathism or epicanthic eyefolds,
Alicia Reichel-Dolmatoff, Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff, 2013
Insect Bioecology and Nutrition for Integrated Pest Management
Hypognathism and prognathism are observed with very well developed
mandibles and bites (Nielsen and Common 1991). The caterpillar head and body
support the setae, whose distribution patterns are used in the caterpillar
Antônio Ricardo Panizzi, José R. P. Parra, 2012
Patterson's Allergic Diseases
... Dental Abnormalities Broad nasal bridge, increased interalar distance Hyper-
lgE syndrome Hypognathism; low, cupped ears DiGeorge syndrome Peg teeth
NEMO deficiency Failure to lose primary teeth Hyper-lgE syndrome //.
Leslie C. Grammer, Paul A. Greenberger, 2012
The Historical Development of Diptera
... of highly evolved Diptera. Another feature of many Tipulomorpha (Tipulidea,
Chironomidea and Orphnephi- lidea, some Psychodidea Culicidea and Dixidea)
is the mobility of the head capsule, associated with hypognathism (together with ...
Boris B. Rohdendorf, Brian Hocking, Harold Oldroyd, 1974
Atlas of Clinical Neurology
... abnormalities, notably alongQT interval(unrelatedto the serum K+), and often
dysmorphic features,including hypertelorism, low-set ears,broad nose,
hypognathism, and skeletal abnormalities such as clinodactyly andsyndactyly.
G. David Perkin, Douglas C. Miller, Russell J. M. Lane, 2010
Mémoires et comptes rendus de la Société royale du Canada:
Prognathism and Hypognathism in Insects. By E. M. Walker, F.R.S.C. Although
prognathism and hypognathism in insects are adaptive conditions readily
modified, the former is primitive in the orthopteroid orders. Associated with
Royal Society of Canada, 1932