scapus


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sca·pus

, pl.

sca·pi

(skā'pŭs, -pī),
A shaft or stem.
[L. shaft, stalk]

scapus

/sca·pus/ (ska´pus) pl. sca´pi   [L.] shaft.

scapus

[skā′pəs]
Etymology: Gk, skapos, rod
a stem or shaft, such as the scapus penis or hair (pili).

scapus

An obsolete term for shaft, stalk or stem.

sca·pus

, pl. scapi (skā'pŭs, -pī)
A shaft or stem.
[L. shaft, stalk]
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The female has a deep atrium in the epigynum with a long and folded scapus (Fig.
Without the suitable use of scapus of pachymeter suggested by Mandarim-de-Lacerda (1995), to obtain the measures, Barros found significant difference from 6th day for LT and from 5th day for LA.
3 Obtain the measure considering the two points of insertion in each ear using the scapus of the pachymeter to measure the external ends.
These values were obtained using the scapus of a pachymeter, which is used for measure depth (Mandarim-de-Lacerda, 1995).
5 cm latae, erectae; scapus inflorescentiae erectus vel paulo curvatus, teres, 30-35 longus; inflorescentia bipinnata; spicae 9-11, ellipticae vel ovato-ellipticae, fortiter complanatae, 4-5.