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maxillae

Plural of maxilla.
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(24) used a face mask with miniplates placed on the lateral nasal wall of the maxillae following the 8-week Alt-RAMEC protocol, another method of increasing the skeletal effect of maxillary protraction in their studies.
But, the maxillules (first maxillae) of adult Dolops lack suction discs and have segmented first maxillae, each ending in a distal hook, whereas the first maxilla are transformed into large, strong, cup-shaped sucker (Fig.
japonicus, the characters of body shape, abdomen, carapace, first and second antenna, first and second maxillae, thorax segments, respiratory area, and swimming leg structure show a significant convergent between male and female in morphology with the exception of the total body size, second swimming leg structure, position and structure of the copulatory accessories, number and structure of overlapping sclerites of sucking disk rim, as well as melanophores patches of male (Fig.
casamiquelai including incomplete maxillae and skull-roof bones, 3 incomplete angulosplenials, a single presacral vertebra, proximal urostyles, distal humeri, incomplete tibiofibula, and a left ilium.
3F), and maxillae with recumbent thorns prolaterally (Fig.
Body dark black brown; 24-28 longer thorns on prolateral maxillae (Fig.
Sixty dissected and isolated maxillae were used for the study.
Invariably all sixty maxillae under observation showed presence of infraorbital foramen.
La Cueva: one right mandible with m1 and m3 (GY 1/6 V); two left maxillae (GY 1/6 IX; GY 1/6 XV); one left maxilla with M1 (GY 1/6 XVII); one left maxilla and 1 left mandible (GY 1/ 6 XVIII); isolated M2 and m3 (GY 1/6 XXXIX); one isolated M1 (GY 1/7 V); one isolated M2 (GY 1/7 VIII); one isolated M3 (GY 1/7 IX); one right maxilla, one left maxilla, one left mandible, several isolated upper and lower molars (GY 1/7 XIII); one left mandible (GY 2/6 VI); one right mandible with m1 (GY 2/6 IX); isolated upper and lower molars (GY 2/6 XII); one right maxilla and isolated M3 (GY 2/7 XI).
Morphological differences are few, only the very distinctive expanded and lengthened maxillae of the fossoris males; no such dimorphism is evident in O.
Examination of recent great horned owl (Bubo virginianus) pellets from a few miles east of the quarry site provided evidence of Microtus in the area in that partial skulls, mandibles, and maxillae were found.
The basic limb-pattern for Eucrustacea (the condition in the stem species to all recent Crustacea) was a labrum, paired paragnaths, and two pairs of mouthparts (mandibles and maxillae 1), followed by a large number of more-or-less similar limbs (Walossek, 1998).