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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Keywords: Radial dysplasia, Radial club hand, RLD, Bilobed flaps, Congenital hand anomalies.
The heel impressions are bilobed, formed by the proximal pads of digits II and IV, with IV more backward than II.
Nasal reconstruction was commonly performed with the help of forehead nasolabial glabellar and bilobed flaps.
For the upper area, the bilobed flap was designed at the left buttock and positioned over the area of the defect.
Stigma ventral, ovate-triangular to cordiform, flat, covered by a viscous secretion, its lower margin somewhat bilobed and prominent, 2.
The male subgenital plate is split or bilobed at the end; the supra-anal plate is never compound (apparently divided into two transversely) (thus contrasting with the Ophthalmolampinae and Bactrophorini); the male cerci are subrectangular in profile and bilobed; the face is smooth and not pitted.
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.
Etnier and Starnes (1993) characterized the Silver Lamprey as having 46-55 trunk myomeres (usually 49-52), an undivided dorsal fin, the inner lateral (circumoral) teeth unicuspid and the transverse lingual lamina bilobed.