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gracile tu·ber·cle

the somewhat expanded upper end of the gracile fasciculus, corresponding to the position of the gracile nucleus.
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clava

(klā′vă) plural.clavae [L., club]
An elevation on the dorsal surface of the medulla oblongata caused by the underlying nucleus gracilis, the superior extremity of the fasciculus gracilis.
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Clava 4.1 to 4.2x as long as wide and shorter than combined length of 3 preceding funicle segments; first claval segment with 3 or 4, second with 3 to 5 (and possibly with as many as 6), and third with 3 mps.
Styela clava, the dominant population in the Yellow Sea and the Bohai Sea, has a negative impact on marine culture for its wide distribution and large quantity while the changes in its population may be regarded as an index for environment contamination.
Suspensions were prepared from tunicate cellulose (Styela clava, collected from the Yellow Sea).
Pollen wall ornamentation is very large clavae, clavae often swollen distally, interspersed in a matrix of similarly shaped, finer and smaller clava (Fig.
Antenas de la hembra con trece segmentos; F1 y F2 lisos, mas delgados que el resto, sensilias y clava inconspicua a partir de F3, mas evidentes a partir de F4; F1 subigual al pedicelo, F1 > F2, F2 subigual a F3, F3 < F4 (Fig.
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Once they defeat Clava and rescue Artemus from her dungeon they make their way to the Mix Games where Artemus will face villain number two in the competition of the Rainbow Alchemists.