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brachium

 [bra´ke-um] (pl. bra´chia) (L.)
arm (def. 1).
arm (def. 3).
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bra·chi·a

(brā'kē-ă),
Plural of brachium.
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brachia

(brā′kē-ə, brăk′ē-ə)
n.
Plural of brachium.
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bra·chi·a

(brā'kē-ă)
Plural of brachium.
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regularis has an attachment complex comprising the three brachia and the adhesive disc (Fig.
The brachia of the lecithotrophic brachiolaria of M.
Non omittenda esta quoque in hac aetate saltatio, quatenus igenuorum filios decet, non gestus motusque totis corporis, ne manus et brachia sint rustice et indocte posita, ne status indecorus, ne qua in proferandis pedibus/fol.
These were the developing brachia. By this stage the larvae swam at the bottom of the dish anterior end up, buoyed by the abundant lipid reserves in the blastocoel of this region of the larva.
Tu nisi per celsum palazzi monca solarum Brachia (text: Barchia) cernebas testas gambasque volare.
At 23[degrees]C the early larvae (2 days) had a large preoral lobe and developing larval arms (brachia) (Fig.
The developing brachia appeared as three bulges (Fig.
Identification of the frenulates Spiro brachia and Polybrachia were made by Eve Southward on the basis of animal and tube morphology.
exigua and several Patiriella species with planktonic development were measured to compare the development of the brachia. For P.
These folds are pressed against the internal surface of the fertilization envelope and mark the formation of the two lateral brachia. The embryos are now early brachiolariae with three recognizable arms, or brachia [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURES 1D, 2B OMITTED].