-- I set out on a riding excursion, for the purpose of geologizing the basal parts
of the Andes, which alone at this time of the year are not shut up by the winter snow.
The basal part
of the hemispheres grows and bulges into the lumen of the lateral ventricle and into the floor of the interventricular foramen forming the corpus striatum (Fig.
21): 7 separate and 2 forked veins originating at the discal cell; accessory and intercalary cell absent; Sc arising near 2/4 of the costa; Rs1 and Rs2 stalked and originating at half of the discal cell; Rs3 and Rs4 separate, Rs4 reaching to the apex; base of M weakly developed; [M.sub.1] and [M.sub.2] fused, [M.sub.1+2] and [M.sub.3] parallel; [CuA.sub.1] and [CuA.sub.2] originating at posterior margins of the discal cell, either separate and parallel; CuP slightly weak; basal part
of 1A + 2A with loop.
But the concentration was never as high as in the basal part
of the cochlea.
In addition, they identified one spearhead with round extensions in the basal part
of the blade and two which they believed to be barbed spearheads.
Human outer hair cells, which have a columnar morphology, show preferential nuclear localisation to the basal part
of the cell.
On physical examination, there were no other findings besides rales heard on the mid and basal part
of the left lung.
1C): Piriform body, dorsally convex and with the maximum width at the abdominal segment I level; paled yellow head wider than longer, and with the tylus slightly surpassing the juga; four dark browned spines at the margin of the jugum; rostrum reaching the mesocoxae apex; light browned pronotum with dark browned punctuations in all its surface with a series of punctuations in the middle and basal part
of the same coloration; pale yellowed abdomen with its three dark browned mesial plates well defined; pale yellowed legs.
acrodine cap, hypermineralized hard tissue on top of teeth (by 0rvig 1978); basal part
, the lower, usually also wider part of a gill raker core; base, the lowest attachment structure, often with a spur-like projection; crown, the top of a tooth or of a gill-raker tubercle; cutting edge (by Cooper & Chapleau 1998), tooth row forming a sharp edge for biting; gill arch, the skeletal support of the gill which bears the gill filaments and the gill rakers; gill raker, bony or cartilaginous projection extending from a gill arch and covered with soft tissue (epithelium); gill raker core, bony mineralized substance of a gill raker; gill raker row, the gill rakers arranged in one or two rows on a gill arch (outer and inner row of Frame et al.
Right tegmen at posterior edge in basal part
with about 9 short cross veins carrying stout spines used to produce the female acoustic response (similar as shown in Heller et al.
The phenomenon of shrinkage is more prominent in the basal part
of the gastric glands.
The basal part
is often sandy due to a re-working of the Kohlan.