a slope or a slanting surface. In anatomy, the part of the vermis of the cerebellum just caudal to the primary fissure.
 Median section of cerebellum, showing declive. From Dorland's, 2000.
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(dē-klīv'), [TA]
The posterior sloping portion of the monticulus of the vermis of the cerebellum; vermal lobule immediately caudal to the primary fissure; lobule VI.
Synonym(s): declivis, lobulus clivi
[L. declivis, sloping downward, fr. clivus, a slope]
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(dē-klīv') [TA]
The posterior sloping portion of the monticulus of the vermis of the cerebellum; vermal lobule caudal to the primary fissure.
Synonym(s): declivis.
[L. declivis, sloping downward, fr. clivus, a slope]
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[22.] Williams H, Pullen G (1993) Schooling behaviour of jack mackerel, Trachurus declivis (Jenyns), observed in the Tasmanian purse seine fishery.
declivis en Chiapas y Tabasco, aunque no se tiene registro de colecta ni publicacion para este ultimo (Atkinson 2014).
The species of special interest include the: Texas pigtoe (Fusconaia askewi), Louisiana fatmucket (Lampsilis hydiana), tapered pondhorn (Uniomerus declivis), flat floater (Anodonta suborbiculata) and pond mussel (Ligumia subrostrata).
Those species included the giant floater (Pyganodon grandis), pond mussel (Ligumia subrostrata), Louisiana fatmucket (Lampsilis hydiana), little spectaclecase (Villosa lienosa), tapered pondhorn (Uniomerus declivis), and Texas pigtoe (F.
declivis) is listed neither by the TPWD nor the USDAFS, however collection of this species warrants discussion.
declivis (greenback horse mackerel), 8-mm larvae were about 17 days old and 12-mm larvae were about 22 days old (Jordan, 1994).
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[9.sup.r] beside IV.432 ('Est via declivis funesta nubilo taxo') the contemporary glossator has written 'hec taxus arbor amarissima, hic taxus animal, tessun, broc', clearly indicating his insular origin, and similarly on fo.
A sampling during a mark-recapture study at site 5 in the Old Channel recorded one tapered pondhorn, Uniomerus declivis and one pond mussel, Ligumia subrostrata.
(Squire, 1972), Trachurus declivis, Katsuwonus pelamis, Arripis trutta, Thunnus maccoyii (Williams, 1981), Mugil spp.