Figure 1: Lacan's Attempt to suggest feminine jouissance through the evagination
of (-[there exists]x)(-[PHI]x) (1) Paternal Function as the uncastrated which is necessary to uphold the phallic law.
In Amphibians and Elasmobranchs there is a pattern of evagination
of the thick sidewalls of the telencephalic vesicle which causes both walls to meet in the median plane (forming two lateral ventricules) (Braford, 1995; Laming, 1981).
The testis, epididymis, and most of the ductus deferens are enveloped by the vaginal tunic, an evagination
of abdominal peritoneum that extends through the inguinal canal into the scrotum.
The pineal gland, also known as pineal body, is a medium and odd endocrine organ, which originates in the second month of intrauterine life (Macchi & Bruce, 2004) as a diencephalon roof evagination
with a conical shape (Bertolucci & Foa, 2004), is aimed antero-posterior and rests on the path that separates the upper colliculus of the posterior wall of the third ventricle and is joined habenular and posterior commissures (Rouviere & Delmas, 1999).
The "nipple" sign is an evagination
of redundant pyloric mucosa into the antrum (Figure 2).
stacking is accompanied by invagination or evagination
and folding over
of most of the redfish stomachs during collection caused losses of gastrointestinal parasites and rendered the worm counts unreliable.
The end result would seem to be an evagination
of self such that the mystery of inner life extends outward into the world, with no important differences inhering between individual consciousness, pregnancy, a parent's care for its child after birth, and subject-object relations more generally.
In Aristolochia, the latter occurs because of a strong outgrowth of the papillate zone, which remains at the base of the gynostemium lobes, giving the impression of a roof-like evagination
above the anthers.
To do this, we isolated pharynxes from embryos of stage 13 to stage 15, the period during which evagination
is occurring, and measured the amount of pharyngeal floor area occupied by thyroid, using the raised ridge at its periphery to define its limits.
First ossification of Dentary Premaxilla Maxilla Frontal Jugal Parietal Squamosal Alisphenoid Basioccipital Basisphenoid Exoccipital Periotic Other skeletal elements Membrane bones approach midline Cartilage in basioccipital region Closure of secondary palate First appearance of tooth buds Differentiation of malleus and incus Differentiation of condylar cartilage Joint capsule at dentary-squamosal joint Muscle First alignment of myoblasts (tongue) First appearance of striations Craniofacial muscles distinguishable Central nervous system Evagination
of telencephalon Differentiation of pigment in retina Connections between olfactory nerve and epithelium Layering in cortex Swelling of thalamus and hypothalamus Primary lens cells fill lens vesicle
Processus vaginalis is a small anterior evagination
of parietal peritoneum which is usually obliterated by 8th month of development.