laterodorsal

laterodorsal

/lat·ero·dor·sal/ (lat″er-o-dor´s'l) denoting a position farther from the median plane or midline and more toward the back surface.
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The inoculum was made on the muscle tissue in the laterodorsal region, equidistant between the start of the dorsal fin and the midline.
Each side of abdominal segments I--VI11 bearing a pair of laterodorsal anterior spiracles smaller than thoracic ones.
sup][29],[30] Other thalamic nuclei (the suprageniculate, posterior intralaminar, laterodorsal, lateral, ventral posterior and posterior thalamic nuclei) also exhibit diverse multisensory responses and have multiple connections with the subcortical and cortical areas of various sensory modalities.
adductor mandibulae externus rostralis medialis (Amerm) (Figures 1 and 2) takes origin fleshly and it fibers are ventrally oriented and insert on the ventral portion of a wide aponeurosis V in the laterodorsal region of the os laterosphenoidale.
In addition, 2-day-old juveniles each bore a pair of laterodorsal eyes on the posterior edge of the prostomium and a pair of lateral nuchal organs on the posterior edge of the prostomium.
2013b) describe a variation in the cervical vertebrae of Cricosaurus araucanensis, with an increase in the length and width of the centra and the size of the parapophyses and diapophyses, and movement of the parapophyses from a lateroventral position in the centrum to a laterodorsal position.
7H): one well-developed ventrally (VL), triangular, elongated; one lateroventral (VLL), triangular, bi-segmented, and well expanded; one lateral (LL); one laterodorsal (DLL), both triangular and less developed; one dorsal (DL), somewhat indistinct.
The neurons of locus coeruleus, raphe nuclei, tuberomammillary nucleus, pedunculopontine nucleus, laterodorsal tegmental area and the perifornical area are firing at a high rate, and cause arousal by activating the cerebral cortex.
The middle and posterior parts of the endophallus consist of two long fine laterodorsal rods, completely lacking a differentiated posterior part and without a flexure.
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