10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUBORAL»
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Graptolites of North America
... horizontal 180° 0.5 1.2 suboral (me- 7 15° very dial) small D. m'cholsam' . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . narrow, straight, rigid 110*130" 1 1.8 suboral 10—11 2.5—30° 1%
D. sagitticaulis. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . straight, narrow 80° 0.3—2 .9 0.8 apical 7—9 ...
Signaling Pathways that Regulate the Expression of Prx in ...
Lhx6 and Lhx7 expression in turn restricts expression of Goosecoid (Gsc) in the
suboral mandibular mesenchyme, which is dependent on ET-1 signaling from the
overlying mandibular epithelium . Fg/8 restricts the expression of Bapxl in ...
Aikaterini-Elisavet Doufexi, 2008
New Zealand Journal of Zoology
A suboral avicularium to one side proximally, sub- circular with a complete cross-
bar and semicircular mandible; sometimes this small avicularium replaced by a
large avicularium (Fig. 18) of comparable shape, wider than the zooidal orifice ...
Contributions to Marine Biology: Papers of Western Society ...
The two major regions of structural differentiation of the lorica are the suboral and
the aboral areas, contiguous, respectively, to the membranelles of the anterior
and posterior daughters. In the suboral region are found such structures as the ...
In effects, these changes involve a change in the volume of the suboral cavity (
the cavity limited by the oral side of the individual and the surface of the substrate
) and thus in the water volume inside the cavity. Since the margin of the asteroid
fice of ovicellate zooids elongate pear-shaped, the narrower distal part of
opening located over ovicell. Closure plates and intramural buds not observed.
Suboral avicularia (PI. 124, fig. 2b, d) present beneath secondary orifice of some,
but not ...
Biology and Palaeobiology of Bryozoans: Proceedings of the ...
The first canonical variate is weighted heavily on suboral avicularia length and
other measures of overall zooid size, although counts of suboral avicularia and
spiramen pores are also significant. Subsequent canonical variates, accounting
Peter J. Hayward, John Stanley Ryland, Paul D. Taylor, 1994
Bryozoan Studies 2004: Proceedings of the 13th International ...
Part of colony encrusting serpulid tube, indicating mature zooids with suboral and
adventitious avicularia, and perforated ovicells, partially immersed with
secondary calcification, x 66; C, Umbonula sp. KIENM Collection, Stn 125, 23
July 1992, ...
Hugo Moyano, Juan Cancino, Patrick Wyse Jackson, 2005
Metrarabdotos and related genera (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) in ...
FIGURE 34—AdeoneIlopsis antilleana n. sp. Recent, Albatross station 2166, off
Havana, Cuba; 1-6. holotype, USNM 529980; I , autozooids at and near growing
tip with suboral avicularia; 2, autozooids slightly farther from growing tip, one with
Alan H. Cheetham, Joann Sanner, Jeremy B. C. Jackson, 2007
Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology
Lacking suboral rings; bowl pointed, angled, or rounded. FIG. 91,5. U. dilatata K.-
C., X200 (8). Amplectella K.-C., 1929 [*Undella collaria BRANDT, 1906]. Suboral
rings; expanded, rounded bowl. FIG. 91,6. *A. collaria (BRANDT), X200 (8).
Raymond Cecil Moore, 1954