angular incisure of stomach

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angular incisure of stomach

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a sharp angular depression in the lesser curvature of the stomach at the junction of the body with the pyloric canal.
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39; cerci weakly elongate, almost conical, and with almost acute apex, narrow and slightly arched large denticle in middle part, small (but very distinct) proximal denticle, and small medial lamellar lobe between these denticles (this lobe with narrower distal part situated above large denticle; Figs 39, 40); genital plate with slightly widened hind part (having wide and moderately deep angular notch at apex) and long thin styles (Fig.