intervenous tubercle (of right atrium)

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in·ter·ve·nous tu·ber·cle (of right atrium)

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the slight projection on the wall of the right atrium between the orifices of the venae cavae.
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Secondary sex characteristics of male minnows collected downstream of the MWPCF had an average of 31.3% fewer tubercles and a 37.5% lower tubercle score compared to those sampled upstream of Muncie (Doll 2011).
When evaluating sites only on White River, males were found to have a 31.3% lower tubercle count and 37.5% lower tubercle score at the most downstream site when compared to the most upstream site.

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