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aboral

 [ab-or´al]
opposite to, or remote from, the mouth.

ab·o·rad

, aboral (ab-ō'rad, -răl),
In a direction away from the mouth; opposite of orad.
[L. ab, from, + os (or-), mouth]

aboral

/ab·oral/ (ab-or´al) opposite to, away from, or remote from the mouth.

aboral

(ă-bôr′əl)
adj.
Located opposite to or away from the mouth.

ab·o′ral·ly adv.

ab·o·rad

, aboral (ab-ōr'ad, -ăl)
In a direction away from the mouth; opposite of orad.
[L. ab, from, + os (or-), mouth]

aboral

away from or opposite the mouth in those groups of animals that have no clear-cut DORSAL or VENTRAL surfaces.

ab·o·rad

, aboral (ab-ōr'ad, -ăl)
In a direction away from the mouth; opposite of orad.
[L. ab, from, + os (or-), mouth]

aboral

away from the mouth.
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The aboral margin has an obtuse corner one-third of the distance from the anterio-aboral angle.
The cusp is finely striated except along the wing-like edges and the aboral margin.
The aboral margin of the base is rounded, and the base itself is small.
The base bulges noticeably and has a rounded aboral outline.
At least three anal plates in cup; radianal very small, quadrangular (rectangular to trapezoidal), below and to right of anal X; anal X heptagonal, higher than wide, somewhat smaller than radials, with stellate ridges to adjacent plates; one large sac plate immediately above anal X that is partially in aboral cup (Fig.
is known from three reasonably well-preserved specimens, but all three are at least somewhat crushed, so aboral cup dimensions and aboral cup shape can only be approximated.
harrisi by possession of a medium cone-shaped aboral cup, ramules borne every second brachial, and lacking cirri in the proximal column.