intrasegmental

intrasegmental

 [in″trah-seg-men´tal]
within a single segment, such as a bronchopulmonary segment or spinal segment.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

in·tra·seg·men·tal

(in'tră-seg-men'tal),
Within a segment; e.g., coursing within (as opposed to between) bronchopulmonary, hepatic, or renal segments.
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Such wide range of solubility of the polytriazoles in various solvents can be attributed to the presence of flexible ether linkages (-0-), making different intrasegmental configurations and bulky trifluoromethyl groups (-[CF.sub.3]) in the polymer backbone hindering close packing of the polymer chains [43].
This could be attributed due to the presence of flexible ether linkages (-O-) making different intrasegmental configurations and the bulky trifluoromethyl groups (-C[F.sub.3]) into the polymer backbone, whose combined effects were disruption of chain regularity and hence better solubility.
Epididymides are further divided into intrasegmental regions that are delineated by connective tissue septa and express a distinct set of genes.
Key stabilizing muscles are activated 50 milliseconds before the primary muscle and they are responsible for informing CNS proprioceptively and for inter and intrasegmental stabilization.
From oresbiosus it differs in the lack of additional spermathecae in segment 9 with its intrasegmental pores.
Anterior spermathecae of segment 9 empty, with duct indicating intrasegmental opening in 9, not detected externally.
homogeneidad intrasegmental y heterogeneidad intersegmental) respecto a las utilidades de los encuestados, asegurandonos de que al menos la formacion de los segmentos es la optima.
During larval development additional muscles--longitudinal, intrasegmental, oblique, setal sac fibers, etc.--are added so that the muscle pattern in newly emerged metatrochophores is very complex (Fig.
The right fissure contained the upper (A12.3.09.006), middle, and lower right hepatic veins; the main fissure contained the intermediate vein (A12.3.09.007); the umbilical fissure did not contain the left hepatic vein (A12.3.09.008), this vein has intrasegmental pathway in segments III and II.