dental canal


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dental canal

Any of the channels in the maxilla (alveolar canals) or mandible (mandibular canals) through which pass the nerves and blood vessels to the teeth and the surrounding gums.
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Pedipalp with femoral chaetotaxy 3: 5:2:5:1; chelal hand chaetotaxy 4:3:4 (lack setae [ih.sub.3] and [ih.sub.5]), seta [ih.sub.2] 0.060 mm long, ratio hand depth/[ih.sub.2] length 2.0; trichobothrium ist strongly distad of esb, and level lyrifissure fb;fixedfinger with 15 pointed teeth with dental canals, two first distal teeth small, third subdistal tooth modified (mt), 5 teeth at level of est/it occupying 0.1 mm, distance between apices 0.023-0.025 mm; movable finger with 12 pointed teeth with dental canals, one tiny distal tooth, only two rounded vestigial teeth without dental canals on weak lamina; coupled sensilla pc distad of trichobothrium b; lacking lyrifissures [fd.sub.3],[mv.sub.2],[ma.sub.1] and [ma.sub.2].
Pedipalp: chelal hand chaetotaxy 4:2:3 (lack setae [ih.sub.3],[ih.sub.4], [ih.sub.5] and [ph.sub.2] respect to adults), seta [ih.sub.2] 0.045 mm long, ratio hand depth/[ih.sub.2] length 2.4; fixed pedipalpal finger with 12 teeth, two distal teeth small, third subdistal tooth modified (mt), 5 teeth at level of est/it occupying 0.1 mm, distance between apices 0.0175-0.0225 mm; movable finger with 10 pointed teeth with dental canals and only two rounded vestigial teeth without dental canals on weak lamina; coupled sensilla pc in subbasal position along the movable finger; lyrifissures fa, fp, fb, [fd.sub.1] and [mv.sub.1] present, lacking all the others.
Pedipalp coxa setae dps-mps-lps forming an angle of 46-59[degrees]; chelal hand distinctly depressed at level of ib/isb, with low and long hump distad of ib/isb and gentle slope between trichobothria ib/isb and eb; fixed chelal finger with 14-15 teeth; two-thirds distal parts of movable chelal finger with 10-12 pointed teeth with dental canals, third basal part with 6-7 rounded teeth without canals on raised lamina; pedipalpal femur ([female]) 6.4-6.9 times longer than broad, length ([female]) 0.72-0.79 mm; chela ([female]) 5.6-5.8 times longer than deep, length ([female]) 0.94-1.01 mm; ratio movable chelal finger/chelal hand ([female]) 1.4-1.5; lacking lyrifissures mah and [ma.sub.2], all the other chelal patterns and their standard number are present.