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dorsolateral

 [dor″so-lat´er-al]
pertaining to the back and side. See also posterolateral.

dor·so·lat·er·al

(dōr'sō-lat'ĕr-ăl),
Relating to the back and the side.

dorsolateral

/dor·so·lat·er·al/ (-lat´er-al) pertaining to the back and the side.

dorsolateral

(dôr′sō-lăt′ər-əl)
adj.
Of or involving the upper part of the side or sides.

dor′so·lat′er·al·ly adv.

dorsolateral

[dôr′sōlat′ərəl]
pertaining to the back of the body and to the side.

dor·so·lat·er·al

(dōr'sō-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the back and the side.

dorsolateral

pertaining to the back and side.

dorsolateral tract
a group of nerve fibers in the lateral funiculus of the spinal cord that cap the dorsal column.
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The second movement is similar to the larger part of what they called "weaving": the abdomen is bent dorsolaterally like the tail of a scorpion, then relaxed (Fig.
Ocularium large; width, including lenses, over one-half width of carapace; wide, shallow median furrow; carinae with two pairs of large transverse ridges terminating laterally with dorsolaterally projecting, blunt-ended processes; smaller ridges between and posterior to large ridges (Figs.
Kangaroo rats possess adaptations such as large auditory bullae tuned to low frequencies (Lay 1993), bipedality, and eyes located dorsolaterally, all of which enhance the animals' ability to escape predation (Thompson 1982).
The MCA does not have a single segment, as one to three segments arise from the rostral branch of the internal carotid artery, travelling dorsolaterally, rostral to the pyriform lobe and the ventral surface of the rostral perforated substance, reaching the lateral rhinal furrow, dorso-laterally and rostral-laterally spreading in the cerebral hemispheres (Fig.
Animals were injected dorsolaterally with 5 [micro]l of this solution through an intersegmental membrane behind the 4th abdominal segment on the right-hand side of the animal.
2 times the length of uncus with elongated bristles distally and ventrally, apex curved internally, dorso-distally serrated; fultura inferior trapezoidal; aedeagus straight, same length of valvae, distal opening dorsolaterally, serrated at right side.
In the middle region of the surangular, this crest is strongly marked and dorsolaterally elevated, forming a longitudinal fossa between the crest and the dorsal margin of the surangular.
Lamellae located dorsolaterally, as long as half of prodorsum (in lateral view), without cusps.
Mouth slightly oblique, lower jaw projecting about 1 mm in front of upper lip; maxilla reaching vertical at rear edge of orbit; lower jaw with band of minute slender teeth, band widening anteriorly, with small conical tooth projecting dorsolaterally on each side at front of lower jaw, followed by large, curved, retrorse canine posterior to the smaller conical tooth at front of jaw.
All these specimens exhibit a shagreened skin on dorsum with low tubercles dorsolaterally and posteriorly, tympanic membrane smooth, upper eyelid without tubercles, vocal slits in males, heel bearing a prominent triangular tubercle, and posterior surfaces of thighs with a red longitudinal stripe.
The occipital surface is slightly concave in vertical plane, broad and has an ovoid shape, bordered dorsally and dorsolaterally by a very well marked nuchal ridge.
The inner opening of the club-shaped gland has moved up the right side of the pharynx (by evagination of the latter) to open into the gut lumen dorsolaterally (Fig.