Appendages

  • 181 basis — ( ) [Holthuis, 1993]. Schematic drawing of a thoracic leg. [Holthuis, 1993] Article 2 of thoracic and abdominal appendages [Holdich and Jones, 1983]. Limb segments adjoining coxa on its distal side and commonly bearing endopod and exopod; in… …

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  • 182 cephalic somite — One unit of cephalon bearing distnctive pair of appendages. (Syn. cephalomere) [McLaughlin, 1980]. Unit division of head region, generally recognized as one of five such parts which bear distinctive paired appendages (antennules, antennae,… …

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  • 183 cephalon — A term that refers to the head of a crustacean [Brusca and Brusca, 2002]. Anterior region of the body bearing the antennules, antennae, eyes, mandibles, maxillules, and maxillae [Holdich and Jones, 1983]. Anteriormost tagma, bearing eyes, mouth,… …

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  • 184 food groove — (Order Cladocera): In filter feeding water fleas, elongate median groove between bases of trunk appendages, passed anteriorly along food groove, and transferred to mouth [Stachowitsch, 1992]. (Order Notostraca): Elongate median groove between… …

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  • 185 gill — See: branchia [Martin, 2005]. See: branchia [McLaughlin, 1980]. (Order Cumacea): Branchial lobule [Stachowitsch, 1992]. (Order Decapoda): One of several respiratory projections that may be associated with each thoracic appendage (thoracopod).… …

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  • 186 head — See: cephalon [Martin, 2005]. (Order Cladocera): Anterior of two divisions (tagmata) of body (head, trunk); Consists of five somites bearing antennules, antennae, mandibles, maxillules, and (reduced) maxillae. Bears compound and naupliar eyes and …

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  • 187 mandibles — Most anterior part of anterior mouthparts situated on either side of oral opening [Holdich and Jones, 1983]. Paired mouthparts used to macerate food. Consists of a fairly hard, chitinised region with spines and, often, opposed grinding surfaces.… …

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  • 188 spine — ( ) [Baba, 2005]. Carapace, spines, based on Munida. [Baba, 2005] ( ) [Baba, 2005]. Anterior part of carapace, including ocular peduncles, based on Munidopsis. [Baba, 2005] A cuticular outgrowth without a recognizable basal articulation [Ingle,… …

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  • 189 trunk appendage — (Order Cladocera): One of four to six pairs of appendages of anterior region ( thorax ) of trunk. Basically biramous, consisting of indistinct proximal protopod (with endites and epipod) and more distal endopod and exopod. (flattened = foliaceous …

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  • 190 zoea — A larva with natatory exopods on some or all thoracic appendages, but with pleopods absent or rudimentary [Ingle, 1983]. Free living larval stage, following protozoea, present in all shrimps [Butler, T.H.]. Larval stage characterized by natatory… …

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  • 191 Devi Mahatmyam — An article related to Hinduism …

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  • 192 Charles Emerson Beecher — (1856 1904) Born …

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  • 193 Chevron nail — (also known as a Herringbone nail ) is a rare transient fingernail ridge pattern seen in children, a ridge arising from the proximal nailfold and converging in a V shaped pattern towards the midpoint distally.[1]:786 See also Nail anatomy… …

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  • 194 Congenital onychodysplasia of the index fingers — is defined by the presence of the condition at birth, either unilateral or bilateral index finger involvement, variable distortion of the nail or lunula, and polyonychia, micronychia, anonychia, hemionychogryphosis, or malalignment.[1]:783 The… …

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  • 195 Conservative treatment of ingrown toe nails — Ingrown nail Classification and external resources ICD 10 L60.0 …

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  • 196 Coxoplectoptera — Temporal range: 150–120 Ma …

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  • 197 Cutaneous conditions — There are many conditions of or affecting the human integumentary system the organ system that comprises the entire surface of the body and includes skin, hair, nails, and related muscle and glands.[1] Contents 1 Diseases 2 History …

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  • 198 Cthulhu Mythos deities — Writer H.P. Lovecraft created a number of fictional beings throughout the course of his literary career, including the Great Old Ones and the Outer Gods. The Elder Gods are a later creation of writer such as August Derleth, who is credited with… …

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  • 199 Disseminate and recurrent infundibulofolliculitis — presents with irregularly shaped papules pierced by hair, mildly pruritic at times, and is chronic with recurrent exacerbations.[1]:776 See also Skin lesion References ^ James, William; Berger, Timothy; Elston, Dirk (2005). Andrews Diseases of… …

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  • 200 Pterygium unguis — (also known as Dorsal pterygium [1]:660) forms as a result of scarring between the proximal nailfold and matrix, with the classic example being lichen planus, though it has been reported to occur as a result of sarcoidosis and Hansen s… …

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