basilar part of occipital bone

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bas·i·lar part of oc·cip·i·tal bone

[TA]
the wedgelike portion of the occipital bone that lies anterior to the foramen magnum and joins with the body of the sphenoid bone.

bas·i·lar part of oc·cip·i·tal bone

(basi-lăr pahrt ok-sipi-tăl bōn) [TA]
Wedgelike portion of occipital bone that lies anterior to foramen magnum and joins with body of sphenoid bone.
Synonym(s): basilar process of occipital bone [TA]
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The intestinal crypt and epithelium mucosae of mammals was divided into the five regions, including the region of the stem cell and Paneth's cell in basilar part, the region of proliferation cell in the middle part of intestinal gland, the region of maturation in upper half of intestinal gland, function region and shedding part of upper half of intestinal villus.
The signals of ISHH were decreased from basilar part to upper in the crypt of lieberkuhn and disappeared in the inferior of villi of small intestine.
The signals of ISHH were decreased from basilar part to upper in the crypt of lieberkuhn and weakened in the inferior of villi of small intestine observed from Table 1.
According to the renewal process of enterocytes, epithelium mucosae of small intestine of mammal is divided into five regions, containing the region of the stem cell and Paneth's cell in basilar part, the region of proliferation cell in the middle of intestinal gland, the region of maturation in upper half of intestinal gland, function region and shedding part of upper half of intestinal villus.