The median vein
region, in cross section, was concave-convex (Figures 3A-D).
Median field in front of spurious median vein
with strongly slopping cross veins; metazona of pronotum golden yellow dorsally and laterally.......................................................................................Heteropternis StAl
Abbreviation: A - Anal vein M- Median vein
Aed- Aedeagus Prb- Proboscis Ap.ant- Apophysis anterior R- Radius vein Ap.postApophysis posterior Sac- Saccus C.brs- Corpus bursae Sc- Sub costal Cu- Cubitus Teg- Tegumen D.brs- Ductusbursae Thec.apen- Thecal appendage E- Eye Unc- Uncus H- Humeral Vlv- Valva Max.p- Maxillary palpi
Hind wing with costal veins distally slightly clubbed, 1-4 costal veins unbranched, 5-6 branched; median vein
simple and straight; cubitus vein slightly curved backwards in the midsection and with 4 complete branches.
Black costal spines well developed, longer than height sc; membrane regularly pale brown infuscate, with 3 iridescent whitish patches over crossvein areas; veins distinctly brown; apex of each longitudinal vein with distinct brown infuscate area; Rj with large brown egg-shaped macula in apical section; r-m and dm-cu crossveins dark brown, with adjacent extensive infuscation; median vein
ratio: 1.410:1.690 ([male]), 1.441:1.529 ([female]); haltere yellow with pale brown setulose knob.
Percutaneous procedure resulted in injuries to the femoral artery in all patients except one patient with brachial artery median vein
The vein of Galen (formed from the median vein
of the prosencephalon) is formed by the union of the two internal cerebral veins and goes on to drain into the straight sinus.
A median vein
connects between the endocarp and pedicel and to the fruit apex.
Diagnosis: Body usually slender; pronotum usually with median and lateral carinae; tegmina and wings fully developed; spurious median vein
of tegmina usually absent; prosternal process usually absent; femoro-tegminal stridulatory mechanism absent; hind femur without row of modified peg like structures at lower edge of inner surface; male with epiphallus bridge shaped having ancorae and lophi, aedeagus with basal apical valves connected by flexure.
These structures are found at the base on a narrow strip, corresponding to the median vein
up to half the length of the stipule.
The rate of vascular differentiation in seedlings treated with 100 mg/l [GA.sub.3] was higher than other [GA.sub.3]-treated seedlings, such that the first signs of median vein
formation in the initial designing of the leaf (Figure 3-1 E0) could be detected in the 100 mg/l [GA.sub.3]-treated seedlings before appearing in the control group (Figure 4-1).
Key F 7(8) Secondary sensoria on antennomeres: III (6-12), IV (4-9) and V (2-6) a(b) Anterior branch of median vein
fused with radial sector for short distance Pentalonia nigronervosa Coquerel b(a) Anterior branch of median vein
never fused at any distance (Fig.