manubrial


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manubrial

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manubrial

adjective Referring to the manubrium of the sternum.
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Manubrium ventrally with 1(2) + 1(2) subapical and short smooth setae; 4(5) + 4(5) setae and 2 pseudopores on manubrial plate.
Manubrium ventrally without smooth setae; 4 + 4 setae and 2 pseudopores on manubrial plate.
Bundles of [alpha]-tubulin-IR and FMRFamide-IR neurons in the smooth muscle bands represent potential pathways for coordinating perradial smooth muscle contractions and manubrial movements.
Neurons in the manubrial body form a nerve net similar in density and appearance to that found in the subumbrella.
The bands maintain their integrity through the manubrial stalk but become less well defined in the manubrial body, where they give off a continuous sheet of smooth muscle cells that turn 90 degrees and connect with similar fibers from the adjacent perradial band (Fig.
Chaetotaxy of manubrial field variable: 4 chaetae present in ma-row, 2-4 chaetae in mm-row and 6-7 chaetae in mp-row (Figs.
In addition, the larvae are brooded on the manubrium or on the rigid manubrial shelves.
m]-single psp in medial position at the base of manubrial area) (Fig.