wing cell

wing cell

one of the polyhedral cells in the corneal epithelium beneath the surface layer.
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The court heard that Samed joined prisoners on the suicide netting on the top level of his N wing cell, after being unable to get medical help the night before.
The jury previously heard Michael went to his victims' Valentines Green Wing cell on November 14 last year.
He is having a 36-hour needs assessment and got some sleep on his first night in his hospital wing cell.
However despite this shortcoming, wing cell asymmetry may explain some variation of field parasitism given that many species of water mite are first phoretic on damselfly larvae and then parasitize hosts shortly after adult emergence (Smith 1988).
The wing cell was equipped with a device for changing the angle of climb during the flight; but it appeared to be unnecessary as the aircraft successfully flew with fixed wings.
Partridge and Coyne state that Drosophila melanogaster exhibiting a Bergmann size cline did not show any latitudinal differences in wing cell size (James et al.
He also denies the wounding with intent of Terry Roderick in a Valentines Green Wing cell on November 14 last year.
This evolved increase in wing size was entirely due to an increase in wing cell area.
Liverpool Crown Court heard Michael went to his alleged victims' Valentines Green Wing cell on November 14 last year.
1977; Tabashnik 1981), with five classes: class 1, little or no scale loss, scale loss less than the diameter of one wing cell, wing undamaged, although fringe hairs may be damaged; class 2, loss of some scales or 1-2 small nicks (smaller than the diameter of one wing cell) on the wing margin, or both; class 3, 1-2 large nicks (the size of the diameter of one wing cell) or >2 small nicks, or both; class 4, parts of the wings missing, up to 25% of total wing margin or over two wing cells; class 5, 25-100% of wing margin missing.
Watt et al 1977; Tabashnik 1981), with five classes: class 1, little or no scale loss, scale loss less than the diameter of one wing cell, wing undamaged, although fringe hairs may be damaged; class 2, loss of some scales or 1-2 small nicks smaller than the diameter of one wing cell, or both) on wing margin; class 3, 1-2 large nicks (the size of the diameter of one wing cell) or >2 small nicks, or both; class 4, parts of the wings missing, up to 25% of total wing margin or over two wing cells; class 5, more than 25% of wing margin missing.