antimere


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antimere

 [an´tĭ-mēr]
one of the segments of the body bounded by planes at right angles to the long axis of the body. See plane (def. 2).

an·ti·mere

(an'ti-mēr),
1. A segment of an animal body formed by planes cutting the axis of the body at right angles.
2. One of the symmetric parts of a bilateral organism.
3. The right or left half of the body.
[anti- + G. meros, a part]

antimere

/an·ti·mere/ (an´tĭ-mēr) one of the opposite corresponding parts of an organism that are symmetrical with respect to the longitudinal axis of its body.

antimere

(ăn′tĭ-mîr′)
n.
A part or division in the body of a bilaterally or radially symmetric animal that corresponds to an opposite or similar part.

an′ti·mer′ic (-mĕr′ĭk) adj.

an·ti·mere

(an'ti-mēr)
1. A segment of an animal body formed by planes cutting the axis of the body at right angles.
2. One of the symmetric parts of a bilateral organism.
3. The right or left half of the body.
[anti- + G. meros, a part]

antimere

one of the halves of a bilaterally symmetrical part or organism.
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The thymic lobes of left antimere received, regardless their origin, from eight to 24 arterial branches; being that nine, ten, 11, 15, 20 and 24 branches were verified in in one case each (3.
The arterial vascular supply of fowls from the Red Bro Cou Nu lineage showed in the right antimere a total from eight to 27 branches.
At the left antimere we registered a total from eight to 24 arterial branches per fowl, among these, 45.
In the right antimere, the branches ranged from five to 14 direct of the common artery of the vagus nerve, with predominance of five branches in 17.
On the left antimere, the branches varied between two and 11 direct of the common artery of the vagus nerve, with predominance of four, seven or eight branches in 14.
In the newborn armadillos, the vascularization of the cervical region shows predominance in the distribution of costals branches in the left antimere and vertebrals in the right one, which appear more frequently with their development.
allowed the description of the irrigation pattern of the cervical regions, along the development, considering the right (R) and left (L) antimeres (Figs.
This study was done to exhibit the frequency of the presence of dental caries in first mandibular molars and its antimere in the opposite mandibular quadrant.
presence of dental caries in both first permanent man- dibular molars and its antimere on the opposite side while this observation was absent in 20 male children.
85 female children exhibited simultaneous presence of dental caries in both first permanent mandibular molars and its antimere on the opposite side while
The percentage of children exhibiting simultaneous presence of dental caries in both first permanent mandibular molar and its antimere was
The results clearly show that the frequency of simultaneous incidence of dental caries in first mandibular molars and its antimere in the opposite side of the same arch is high.