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dis·tal

(dis'tăl),
1. Situated away from the center of the body, or from the point of origin; specifically applied to the extremity or distant part of a limb or organ. Synonym(s): distalis [TA]
2. In dentistry, away from the median sagittal plane of the face, following the curvature of the dental arch.
[L. distalis]

distalis

/dis·ta·lis/ (dis-ta´lis) [L.] distal.

dis·tal

(dis'tăl)
1. Situated away from the center of the body, or from the point of origin; specifically applied to the extremity or distant part of a limb or organ.
2. dentistry Away from the median sagittal plane of the face, following the curvature of the dental arch.
Synonym(s): distalis.
[L. distalis]

dis·tal

(dis'tăl)
1. In dentistry, away from the median sagittal plane of the face, following curvature of dental arch.
2. [TA] Situated away from center of the body or point of origin; specifically applied to extremity or distant part of a limb or organ.
Synonym(s): distalis [TA] .
[L. distalis]
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Megalurothrips distalis (Karny, 1913)###34deg3667' N, 73deg45 `E###Calendula officinali (Asteraceae),
distalis, are easily recognized by an array of short, spear-shaped setae ventrally on the abdomen (Fig.
distalis through the presence of males, and it seems likely that this species is widely established across the southeastern USA.
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Pars distalis vaginae 6-7 um long; pars refringens vaginae large disc like area with sclerotized margins, measuring 15-17 um in length and 30-35 um wide.