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dorsad

 [dor´sad]
toward the back.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

dor·sad

(dor'sad),
Toward or in the direction of the back.
[L. dorsum, back, + ad, to]
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dorsad

(dôr′săd′)
adv.
In the direction of the back; dorsally.
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dor·sad

(dōr'sad)
Toward or in the direction of the back.
[L. dorsum, back, + ad, to]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

dor·sad

(dōr'sad)
Toward or in the direction of the back.
[L. dorsum, back, + ad, to]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Head in general form transverse, subtrigonal: occiput in cephalic aspect transverse truncate, with very low and rounded juxta-ocular swellings: front dorsad of the ocelli with arcuate carination: facial shield strongly transverse, low the width at least three times the greatest depth, dorsal margin arcuate, clypeus produced in a conical tubercle: eyes prominent, almost semicircular in outline when seen from the front, and subglobose in dorsal view, in lateral view the eyes are ovate in basal outline: antennae imperfect, proximal joint small.
3E-G) L-shaped, apical portion broad and flat, apically broadly rounded, whole paramere directed posteriad, apex directed dorsad in rest (Fig.
Tegulum slightly spiraled perpendicularly to the main palpal axis, towards the tip of the cymbium, with distal laminar, triangular projection, bent at the tip and bearing a small hyaline protuberance and a serrated keel at the base of a filiform embolus, curved prolaterally dorsad, running a semicircle behind tegulum, appearing retrolaterally and pointing ventrad in the male palp (Figs.
14a-b) has a more squarish whorl-section, whereas the specimen of his figures 13a-b has the greatest width much more dorsad than is that of UT-8292.
Subgenital plate broad at base, gradually narrowing to apex, distal 1/4 slightly curved dorsad, A-group setae (4-5) rigid, B-group setae (1113) small, roughly uniseriate and scattered along dorsal margin in apical 1/2-3/5, C-group setae (911) arising near base of plate, reaching apex, Dgroup setae starting basad of C-group macrosetae in 2 irregular rows (Figs.
Ventral rim of pygophore with the medial U-shaped emargination relatively shallow (vre), 1 + 1 flaps slightly bending dorsad into the genital cup ([approximately equal to] Brepholoxa heidemanni Van Duzee); inferior folder of ventral rim developed in a medial bilobed projection (vrp), apparently an autapomorphy of Aleixus.
Dorsal third of abdominal tergites variously either tan, mottled brown, or dark brown, with a tan band separating a dark brown area just dorsad of tergal-sternal suture.
Male genitalia: arms of phalobase short, not covering the external margin of ventral diverticulum, lateral margins of ventral diverticulum recurved dorsad (Fig.