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hypaxial

 [hi-pak´se-al]
beneath an axis, as the axis of the vertebral column.

hy·pax·i·al

(hī-pak'sē-ăl, hip-ak'),
Below any axis, such as the spinal axis or the axis of a limb. See: hypomere.
[G. hypo, beneath, + axis]

hypaxial

/hyp·ax·i·al/ (hi-pak´se-al) ventral to the long axis of the body.

hypaxial

beneath an axis, as the axis of the vertebral column.
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Characterization of the early development of specific hypaxial muscles from the ventrolateral myotome.
Skipjack tuna possess a well-developed large central rete, in addition to epaxial and hypaxial vessels and retia (Stevens et al.
Recordings for this study were made from two caudal hypaxial muscles, the lateralis caudae (pigeons: 8 electrodes, 4 birds; turkeys: 10, 6) and the bulbi rectricium (pigeons: 9, 5; turkeys: 9, 5), and from the pectoralis (pigeons: 10, 5; turkeys: 1, 1).