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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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Viewed aborally, dome ciliary waves sometimes progress synchronously to the top of the dome, like an undulating curtain over the statocyst (Fig.
Viewed aborally, lateral margin of metaplica is curled outwards, with horizontal, triangular lobe overlapping medially with opposite gonopod laminata (Lawrence, 1965)
sowerbyi confirms that the aborally positioned tentacles are in regions where deformation rates of the fluid are below the documented response thresholds of copepods (Figs.
Muscles are found only on the oral (upper) side of the fulcrum, whereas collagenous ligaments are found both orally and aborally.
Cilia within the pores tended to eject particles aborally.
From there, the prey was transported aborally along the nearest septum to the septal base, where it was enwrapped by gastrodermal folds and the basal end of the septum (Fig.
The most aboral part, the plumula, is pliant and protrudes aborally from the jaw [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].