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pal·li·al

(pal'ē-ăl),
Relating to the pallium.

pallial

(păl′ē-əl)
adj.
Relating to the cerebral cortex.

pal·li·al

(pal'ē-ăl)
Relating to the pallium.
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Previous studies have confirmed the presence of lysozyme- (McDade & Tripp, 1967a) and mucus-derived agglutinins (Fisher 1992) in oyster pallial fluid, suggesting an important role for this fluid in the overall microbial defense system.
Stomach oval, blind sac, ~1/4 width of adjacent visceral whorl; located about half a whorl posterior to pallial cavity, positioned approximately in the middle (Fig.
The first arrest under Pallial involved a man in Suffolk.
Operation Pallial is currently investigating 142 active complaints dating from 1953 until 1995.
The arrest is the 11th made to date in relation to Operation Pallial.
cygnea was carried out to determine the normal pattern of the microstructure and crystal habit from the ventral margin of the shell to the interior shell surface near the pallial line.
The NCA is responsible for Operation Pallial, the investigation into historic sex abuse in North Wales.
A retired North Wales police superintendent, Anglesea was arrested by detectives from Operation Pallial, a National Crime Investigation into claims of historic sex offences in the North Wales care home system, and faces a total of seven charges between 1979 and 1987.
Just one of the present complainants gave evidence to High Court judge Sir Ronald Waterhouse and most came forward due to the National Crime Agency's ongoing Operation Pallial inquiry into historical sexual abuse at care homes in North Wales.
They include Operation Pallial, looking at claims of sex abuse in North Wales Allegations of a paedophile ring links to Westminster have also been made.
In this sample, QPX was observed strictly in pallial tissues in all clams that displayed focal infections (48%)--often in the gills, but in the mantle and siphon tissues as well.