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basilar

 [bas´ĭ-ler]
pertaining to a base or basal part.

bas·i·lar

, basilaris (bas'i-lăr, bas-i-lā'ris), [TA]
Relating to the base of a pyramidal or broad structure.

basilar

/bas·i·lar/ (bas´ĭ-lar) pertaining to a base or basal part.

basilar

(băs′ə-lər) also

basilary

(-lĕr′ē)
adj.
Of, relating to, or located at or near the base, especially the base of the skull: the basilar artery.

basilar

[bas′ilər]
Etymology: Gk, basis, foundation
pertaining to a base or a basal area.

bas·i·lar

, basilaris (bas'i-lăr, -lā'ris) [TA]
Relating to the base of a pyramidal or broad structure.

basilar

Relating to, or situated at or near a base, especially the base of the skull or of the brain.

bas·i·lar

(bas'i-lăr) [TA]
Relating to base of a pyramidal or broad structure.

basilar

pertaining to a base or basal part.

basilar artery
one of the main blood supplies to the brain. It originates from the junction of the two vertebral arteries, runs in a median groove, beneath the medulla and pons, and terminates rostrally at the cerebral circle (of Willis). See also Table 9.
basilar fracture
at the base of the skull, usually involving the occipital and basisphenoid bones.
basilar impression
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Thus, the larva of Thermonectus basilaris has a more or less closed cibarial system between the distal opening of the mandibles and the mouth that is similar to systems described for other species of Dytiscinae (4, 5, 6, 7, 10).
Losses of enzymes and partially digested prey tissues may occur in and around the distal end of the mandible when Thermonectus basilaris larvae capture prey and during feeding.