median vein

median vein

n.
An intermediate vein.
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The fruit body is traversed by a straight median longitudinal vein and four additional longitudinal veins symmetrically placed on either side of the median vein.
Examination of the both counterpart impressions of the same fossil fruit show five veins on one side, but only a single median vein on the opposite side (Fig.
Key F 7(8) Secondary sensoria on antennomeres: III (6-12), IV (4-9) and V (2-6) a(b) Anterior branch of median vein fused with radial sector for short distance Pentalonia nigronervosa Coquerel b(a) Anterior branch of median vein never fused at any distance (Fig.
Tegmen long with median vein longitudinal and part of cubitus veins oblique (Fig.
Tegmen long with median vein longitudinal; some cubitus branches reaching the apical margin and others oblique (Fig.
Black costal spines well developed, longer than height sc; membrane regularly pale brown infuscate, with 3 iridescent whitish patches over crossvein areas; veins distinctly brown; apex of each longitudinal vein with distinct brown infuscate area; Rj with large brown egg-shaped macula in apical section; r-m and dm-cu crossveins dark brown, with adjacent extensive infuscation; median vein ratio: 1.
3]-treated seedlings, such that the first signs of median vein formation in the initial designing of the leaf (Figure 3-1 E0) could be detected in the 100 mg/l [GA.
The vein of Galen (formed from the median vein of the prosencephalon) is formed by the union of the two internal cerebral veins and goes on to drain into the straight sinus.
Median veins free, equidistant; inner sheath (IS) single- or
Median veins buttressed to abaxial and adaxial sides.
Median veins are an intermediate type between major and minor veins.
Median veins free, equidistant; OS surrounding vascular bundle.