occipitalis


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oc·cip·i·tal

(ok-sip'i-tăl),
Relating to the occiput; referring to the occipital bone or to the back of the head.
Synonym(s): occipitalis

occipitalis

(ŏk-sĭp″ĭ-tā′lĭs) [L.]
The posterior portion of the occipitofrontalis muscle at the back of the head.
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A ausencia de Passalus (Passalus) occipitalis nesta unidade de conservado corrobora dados de Mac Vean & Schuster (1981) que citaram o tipo de vegetado e a temperatura como fatores cruciais na distribuido dos passalideos.
We sought to describe the diet of a population of Liolaemus occipitalis in the sand dunes of the municipality of Cidreira, state of RS, to verify whether this species follows the patterns within the genus.
Ritmo de atividade de Llolaemus occipitalis Boulenger (Sauria, Tropiduridae) na Praia de Quintao, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil.
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Microlophus occipitalis Peters 1871 is a small lizard of 45-80 mm snout-vent length, and inhabits the dry forest of southern Ecuador and northern Peru (Dixon & Wright 1975, Watkins 1996) using diverse microhabitats such as rocky outcrops, bushes, and algarrobo trees (Prosopis pallida) (Dixon & Wright 1975).
A regiao do osso basioccipital abriga o conspicuo condilo occipital (condylus occipitalis, CO: Figura 1D) e a rasa fossa subcondilar (fossa subcondylaris, FS: Figura 1D); e circundada por dois tuberculos basilares (tuberculum basilare), locais de origem da musculatura cervical.
Image 2 shows a stepped dissection of the cranial fascial layers, including the visible layers of the arachnoid mater just superficial to the brain; the dura mater; the bony cranium; pericranium; galea aponeurotica (with the muscle fibers of frontalis and occipitalis visible anteriorly and posteriorly); and the superficial fascia of the scalp presented continuous with the skin.
Molecular and phenotypic diversity in Chionactis occipitalis (western shovel-nosed snake), with emphasis on the status of C.
occipitalis Thomson, 1867 corresponden a la misma forma que difiere de P.
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Neurosurgery was performed in 1996 to fuse cervical vertebrae and remove cranial bone and dura mater in the occipitalis area.