bilobed


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bi·lo·bate

, bilobed (bī-lō'bāt, bī'lōbd),
Having two lobes.

bilobed

adjective Having, characterised or referring to two lobes of tissue.

bi·lo·bate

, bilobed (bī-lō'bāt, bī'lōbd)
Having two lobes.

bilobed

having two lobes.
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In fact, McAlister and Manley are the only authors to report a case of bilobed testis to date.
Ant IV with bilobed apical vesicle with additional bifurcate chaeta beside it.
The case reported by us was also arising from bulbar conjunctiva near inner canthus but its uniqueness lies in its bilobed appearance and its association with orbital CH.
From there it grows bilaterally to create the bilobed thyroid gland.
Ventral rim of pygophore with the medial U-shaped emargination relatively shallow (vre), 1 + 1 flaps slightly bending dorsad into the genital cup ([approximately equal to] Brepholoxa heidemanni Van Duzee); inferior folder of ventral rim developed in a medial bilobed projection (vrp), apparently an autapomorphy of Aleixus.
argentina (compare Parra & Santos-Salas, 1991: figs 1-3) but differing in shape of trifid uncus, bilobed and shorter saccus, in configuration of juxta and its lateral appendages, and in valve costa, hunched at middle.
09 jam in length, n = 50) were hyperchromatic and pleomorphic, and sometimes bilobed or multilobed (Fig.
The parathyroid glands are small (3-6 mm), brown, round to ovoid soft structures, which may be somewhat flattened or bilobed.
87 [micro]m), with colorless cytoplasm that contained numerous cigar-to-ovoid-shaped, slightly eosinophilic granules and bilobed nuclei.
85 times length; bilobed, posterior margin of each lobe moderately convex; surface crenulated, papillate, usually with weak medial groove and covered with minute pores; apex recessible within lateral margin of oronasal groove; lateral margin almost straight, smooth edged, usually partly enveloped by narrow posterior fold of nostril; posterior margin strongly fringed, concave medially, vaguely following contour of lower jaw, abutting most of lower jaw when mouth closed in paratype (not in holotype).