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, pl.


(aw'tō-pō'dē-ŭm, dē-ă),
The distal major subdivision of a limb (hand or foot).
Synonym(s): autopod
[auto- + G. pous (pod-), foot]


the distal major subdivision of a hand or foot.


distal segment of a limb, comprising the hand or foot.
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Later, the approach AutoPod [11] was suggested to achieve VM replication between heterogeneous OSs and PMs.
We analyzed body size and all three skeletal limbs segments: the stylopod (humerus, femur), zeugopod (radioulna, tibiofibula) and autopod (distal part of fore-and hindlimb, comprises of carpal, tarsals, metapodials and phalanges).
Individuals of SHFM-5 have stylopod, zeugopod and autopod in their limbs.
Chris Nixon, general sales manager at the unique Hodgson Autopod Tower, said: "We constantly want to add customer service focused people to the business.
Hodgson launched the Autopod three years ago alongside Tony Whelan of Newcastle builder Whelan Construction.
4) The basic embryologic abnormality in ectrodactyly is failure to maintain a normal functioning apical ectodermal ridge, leading to failure of differentiation of the autopod (hand or foot).
As noted by Mark Herriott, traditional brewers remained popular in Midwest, while single-serve models such as the AutoPOD were very well received in the coastal areas and are expected to continue gaining popularity and market share.
The F300 AutoPod front opening unified pod, or FOUP, a silicon wafer handing device designed by Entegris Inc.
has designed the F300 AutoPod wafer carrier specifically for the new 300-mm silicon wafers appearing on the silicon-chip market.
The fingers and toes appear bead-like attached with the reduced autopod through delicate bridges.
It was an easy decision for me to join Hodgson at their unique AUTOPOD Tower dealership at The Metrocentre" said Norman Shepherd, adding: "I have a nine-year commitment to the Mazda brand and to customers who have bought cars from me.
The glass tower is at the Gateshead Mazda site of car dealer Hodgson, near the Metrocentre, and was built by Autopod Solutions, which has the sole rights to market the towers in the UK.