interocular distance


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distance

 [dis´tans]
the measure of space intervening between two objects or two points of reference.
interocclusal distance the distance between the occluding surfaces of the maxillary and mandibular teeth with the mandible in physiologic rest position.
interocular distance the distance between the eyes, usually used in reference to the interpupillary distance (the distance between the two pupils when the visual axes are parallel).

interocular distance

In ophthalmology, the distance between the eyes.
See: hypertelorism
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distance

the measure of space intervening between two objects or two points of reference.

critical distance
focal-film distance
the distance between the anode of the x-ray tube and the film; an important exposure value.
flight distance
guard distance
interocclusal distance
the distance between the occluding surfaces of the maxillary and mandibular teeth with the mandible in physiological rest position.
interocular distance
the distance between the eyes, usually used in reference to the interpupillary distance (the distance between the two pupils when the visual axes are parallel).
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Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) was performed for assessments of body length, interocular distances, and numbers of apoptotic (TUNEL-stained) cells using the general linear model procedures and the Duncan's multiple range test of SAS (SAS Institute 1990).
The interocular distances of the two base images were similar, being 2.
irianjayensis by the antennal segment I that is almost as long as half length of the interocular distance and covered with more more setae (Fig.
scutellaris in sharing a large body, antennal segment I that is longer than the interocular distance, and the distinctly raised medial scutellar swelling (Figs.
7 times as broad as interocular distance, anteocular part broad, lateral margins gradually converging from immediately anteriad to eyes (Fig.
Eyes scarcely converging below, lower interocular distance 1.
Eyes conspicuously converging below, lower interocular distance 1.
As head width increases, the interocular distance also increases fivefold (Fig.
mantids, the interocular distance increases over the course of ontogeny.