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hypaxial

 [hi-pak´se-al]
beneath an axis, as the axis of the vertebral column.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

hy·pax·i·al

(hī-pak'sē-ăl, hip-ak'),
Below any axis, such as the spinal axis or the axis of a limb. See: hypomere.
[G. hypo, beneath, + axis]
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Differential regulation of epaxial and hypaxial muscle development by Paraxis.
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Recordings for this study were made from two caudal hypaxial muscles, the lateralis caudae (pigeons: 8 electrodes, 4 birds; turkeys: 10, 6) and the bulbi rectricium (pigeons: 9, 5; turkeys: 9, 5), and from the pectoralis (pigeons: 10, 5; turkeys: 1, 1).
Larvae are distinguished from other pleuronectid genera by the following combination of characters: dorsal and anal finfold pigment present, 1-3 postanal bars (2-4 distinctive pigment regions along dorsal midline), a series of ventral midline melanophores, absence of slashlike hypaxial pigment along the postanal body, few to many pigment spots around the notochord tip, and 37-44 total myomeres (Table 12).