lateral branches

lat·er·al branch·es

[TA]
branches directed away from the midline, to the side. Terminologia Anatomica lists lateral branches (ramus lateralis/rami laterales) of the following: 1) artery of tuber cinereum (rami laterales arteriarum tuburis cinerci [TA]); 2) anterior interventricular branch of left coronary artery (ramus lateralis interventricularis anterioris arteriae coronariae sinistrae [TA]); 3) pontine arteries (rami laterales arteriae pontis [TA]); 4) posterior rami of cervical/thoracic/lumbar/sacral/coccygeal spinal nerves (rami laterales ramorum posteriorum nervorum cervicalium/thoracalium/lumbalium/sacralium/coccygeum); 5) umbrical part of left branch of portal vein (rami laterales partis umbilici rami sinistri venae portae hepatis [TA]); 6) left hepatic duct (ramus lateralis ductus hepatici sinistri [TA]); 7) superior cerebellar artery (rami lateralis arteriae superioris cerebelli [TA]); 8) supraorbital nerve (ramus lateralis nervi supraorbitalis [TA]).
Synonym(s): rami laterales [TA]
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In youth, the tulip-tree, or Liriodendron Tulipferum, the most magnificent of American foresters, has a trunk peculiarly smooth, and often rises to a great height without lateral branches; but, in its riper age, the bark becomes gnarled and uneven, while many short limbs make their appearance on the stem.
Cowpea plants irrigated with low ECw water presented higher growth in the number of lateral branches (Figure 1C) when compared to those irrigated with water of higher salinity, even with the application of bovine biofertilizer.
Branch out Cut back new lateral branches on wall-trained apples and pears to three leaves above the basal cluster - that group of packed leaves that forms near new growth.
'The surface area of lateral branches increases as the number of branches and the broadness of the crown increase.
A vast range of endovascular devices have been developed to cope with the presence of major lateral branches within or near the aneurysm sac, the best known of which are the chimney technique, fenestrated stent grafts, and MFM.
Most brambles produce their crops only on second-year canes, called "floricanes." But some, the so-called "everbearing" varieties, bear an early fall crop on the tips of first-year canes, or "primocanes," followed by an early summer crop on lower, lateral branches of second-year flori-canes.
The left lateral branches of the artery, portal vein, and hepatic vein were located; then, the liver hilum was dissected to isolate the respective vessels.
They should be pruned during the growing season so that they form lateral branches. Cut the new primocanes to about 3 feet high in black raspberries and erect blackberries and 5 feet in semi-erect blackberries.
The target structures are the lateral branches of the sacral rami, the dorsal ramus of L5, and the ligamentous structures overlying the joint.
The results we expect to find given that this hypothesis is correct are that plants grown beside natural and simulated canopies, compared to isolated plants, will exhibit: i) taller stems, ii) a bending response of the stem away from neighbours or iii) an asymmetric distribution of lateral branches (i.e.

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