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dorsolateral

 [dor″so-lat´er-al]
pertaining to the back and side. See also posterolateral.

dor·so·lat·er·al

(dōr'sō-lat'ĕr-ăl),
Relating to the back and the side.

dorsolateral

(dôr′sō-lăt′ər-əl)
adj.
Of or involving the upper part of the side or sides.

dor′so·lat′er·al·ly adv.

dor·so·lat·er·al

(dōr'sō-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the back and the side.
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Macular fibres (crossed and uncrossed) occupy an area dorsolaterally. Lower retinal quadrants are lateral and fibres from upper are medial, fibres from peripheral part of retina lie more anteriorly.
Cross-section (0) Trapezoid-shaped maxillae with four short of the maxillae external processes; Mesovelia furcata (1) Dorsolaterally extended maxillae with two wide lobes (processes); most of the Nepidae (except for Ranatra chinensis and R.
Cervix expanded laterally, ventrally, withdrawn from cranium dorsally; with pair of setae dorsolaterally, two pairs laterally, two pairs ventrally.
The fishes of the family Uranoscopidae are aptly named stargazers because their eyes are placed dorsally or dorsolaterally on the cuboid head and directed upward.
As with most "purebred" strains, the Rhodesian Ridgeback is prone to a number of infirmities, such as hip dysplasia and dermoid sinus, which is a growth that runs dorsolaterally along the dog's back and can lead to painful abscesses.
18): Bursa copulatrix with a widely expanded, rounded projection dorsolaterally; dorsal labiate plate developed and sclerotized; sclerotized rings small, asymmetrical in shape.
The motor nucleus of the facial nerve, which supplies the muscles of the facial expression, is located at the lower pontine level, dorsolaterally in the caudal pons 141.
Cardiac chamber: chamber enlarged dorsolaterally by the ossicles of the gastric mill; the cardiac floor disposed vertically; cardiopyloric valve specialized and robust.
The second movement is similar to the larger part of what they called "weaving": the abdomen is bent dorsolaterally like the tail of a scorpion, then relaxed (Fig.
Total length 30-50 mm Strategus aloeus 32 Apex of meso- and metatibiae extended dorsolaterally; propygidium extended towards the back with a stridulatory area.