submedial

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sub·me·di·al

, submedian (sŭb-mē'dē-ăl, sŭb-mē'dē-an),
Almost, but not exactly in the middle.

submedial

, submedian (sŭb-mē′dē-ăl) (-ăn) [″ + medianus, middle]
Below or close to the middle.
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Scutellum ochraceous, its punctures broadly surrounded by a black spot each, irregularly confluent into patches as follows: 2 + 2 patches at lateral portions of basal tumescence; a large central spot immediately posteriad of basal tumescence; 1 + 1 submedian and 1 + 1 submarginal patches slightly posteriad to middle; and 1 + 1 marginal spots in posterior third.
paulexa by the reduced rostrum, the lack of submedian longitudinal depressions on the dorsal surface of the carapace, and the broadly rounded antennal lobe of the carapace.
However, all Bromus species analyzed previously had median and submedian chromosomes with similar C-banding patterns consisting mainly of telomeric C-bands (Armstrong, 1991; Kula, 1999; Joachimiak et al.
The depressed patients were twice as likely to have submedian periodontal treatment outcome (63.
Chromosomes of the Middle Atlas population are shorter than those of the High Atlas and display a less distinct constriction, which is usually median to submedian.
Patients with BNP concentrations higher than the median value had a higher odds ratio for cardiac death at 18 months of follow-up, than patients with a submedian BNP concentration on blood collected at admission and two days after myocardial infarction.
Oral rim ducts also present on submedian areas of thorax, on the midline of abdomen and behind each posterior ostiole.
Hind femur with fewer (2-3) av setae confined to distal third, and only 2 pv setae, one near middle and one apically; hind tibia with fewer submedian setae: 1 av, 2-3 ad, 1-2pd and 0p.
Vertex lighter, darker spots on base, middle and apex of lateral carinae, and apex of submedian carinae on fastigium.
Abdomen: Terga uniformly shaded with black, except submedian region of terga I-IV, and along lateral margins; sterna whitish shaded with pale gray.
Testes are two a little behind acetabulum, postequatorial symmetrical, rounded, seminal vesicle elongate, preacetabular and far anterior to it, cirrus sac is also elongate, concave ventrally and convex dorsally, internal structure not differentiated, pars prostatica not visible, genital pore post bifurcal and submedian.