membranous lamina of cartilage of pharyngotympanic (auditory) plate

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mem·bra·nous lam·i·na of car·ti·lage of pharyngotympanic (auditory) plate

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the connective tissue membrane that, with the lateral and medial laminae, completes the lateral and inferior walls of the cartilaginous part of the pharyngotympanic (auditory) tube.
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The membranous layer also called as Scarpa's fascia fades out over the thoracic wall above and along the mid-axillary line laterally.
The superficial pouch is enclosed between a membranous layer of fascia inferiorly (also referred to as Colle's fascia) and the perineal membrane superiorly (also referred to as the inferior fascia of the urogenital diaphragm).
Exoperidium white when young grayish off white when mature thick persistent when young peeling off upon maturity in the form of sheets firstly from apical portion then below sometimes patches can be found all over the gasterocarp can be seen attached to the basal part in mature specimens in the form of weathered thin membranous layer.
It is suggested that they be replaced with subcutaneous tissue of abdomen membranous layer, subcutaneous tissue of abdomen fatty layer and membranous layer of perineum, respectively.
The membranous layer of superficial fascia: evidence for its widespread distribution in the body.
Produced by the underlying epidermal cells, the cuticle is composed of four layers (from outer to inner): epicuticle, exocuticle, endocuticle, and membranous layer (Travis and Friberg, 1963b; Raz et al.
The subpubic space when viewed in the mid-line sagittal plane is a triangle defined inferiorly by deep penile fascia (Buck's) encasing the penile neurovascular bundle and the corpora cavernosa, superiorly by the pubic symphysis and anteriorly by the membranous layer of the superficial fascia (Scarpa's).
The layers internal to the exocuticle consists of the calcified endocuticle, uncalcified endocuticle and finally the membranous layer.
From the inside out, the layers were described as a vesicular layer immediately outside the symbiont's plasma membrane; a thick homogeneous finely granular layer; and a "line-thin" dark layer, overlaid by an even thinner membranous layer.
Once this process is complete, a second, very thin, membranous layer is deposited by the outer cell layer beneath the cuticle [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 24 OMITTED].
The surface of the brain is covered by three thin membranous layers called meninges.
The fact that the PC3 antigen is found both within the algal cell cytoplasm and also closely associated with the multiple layers of membrane, beneath the G12-labeled host symbiosome membrane, supports the hypothesis that these membranous layers ar e of symbiont rather than host origin.
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