postoral


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post·o·ral

(post-ō'răl),
In the posterior part of, or posterior to, the mouth.
[L. os (or-), mouth]

post·o·ral

(pōst-ōr'ăl)
In the posterior part of, or posterior to, the mouth.
[L. os (or-), mouth]

postoral

(pōst-or′ăl) [″ + os, mouth]
Behind, or in the posterior part of, the mouth.
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In the two Echinometra species, postoral arm length, stomach length, and body length showed no significant differences at 26, 28, 30, or 32 [degrees]C.
A) Habitus, dorsal; B) Left antennule, ventral; C) Left antenna, posteromedial; D) Left antenna, anterolateral; E) Distal endopodal segment of left antenna, posterior; F) Left maxillule (MX1) and postoral process (POP), ventral.
The first two species can be distinguished from L (L.) gavilanicola by having three and four accessory atrial sacs and by the absence of lateral auricular papillae and postoral ring (reduced in L (L.) propinqua).
(The Postoral Constitution of the Church in the Modern World)
Measurements were for postoral rod length (from the tip of the rod to its connection with the transverse and body rods), midline body length, stomach length, length of ectodermal invagination (at early stages), and diameter of the echinus rudiment (at later stages) (Strathmann et al.
The lengths of right and left anterolateral, postoral, and posterodorsal skeletal rods were measured [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED] with [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 2 OMITTED] an ocular micrometer on a compound microscope with a total magnification of 200X.
Can lead to MA or certificates in postoral ministry of spirituality.
Parallel to the prototroch, a postoral band of shorter cilia, the metatroch, encircles the body and beats with an effective stroke from posterior to anterior, opposing the beat of the prototroch.
I measured cilium lengths from the postoral, anterolateral, and postero-dorsal arms of a seven-day-old larva with a 100x objective lens under oil immersion with DIC (see Wray 1992 for anatomical terminology).
Mouth small and transverse, positioned well forward on ventral surface of head, its width 1.2 (1.0-1.4) in snout length; short barbel on each side of ventral snout, its length 4.4 (4.1-5.8) in snout length; maximum width of lower labial flap 4.4 (3.6-5.6), length of postoral fold (upper labial furrow) 3.3 (2.8-3.7), length of lower labial furrow 3.5 (3.5-5.3), all in snout length; teeth pavement-like, composed of numerous rows; individual teeth broad-based with single posteriorly-directed cusp, cusps of innermost rows more developed.