striola

stri·o·la

(strī'ō-lă),
The narrow central area of the utricular macula where the orientations of the tallest stereocilia and kinocilia change.
[L. stria, stripe, + -ola, dim. suffix]

stri·o·la

(strī'ō-la)
The narrow central area of the utricular macula where the orientations of the tallest stereocilia and kinocilia change.
[L. stria, stripe, + -ola, dim. suffix]
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The shape of new fractures in samples in the anodic and cathodic zones was irregular voids and striola, respectively.
Margarinotus striola succicola (Thomson) and Saprinus semistriatus (Scriba) (Coleoptera: Histeridae) oviposit eggs on the ground near the carcass (Bajerlein et al.
According to Mahner's [12] interpretation of this fact, this feature in the Neothrephes usingeri has been inherited from the ancestral species of the Pleidae (Plea minutissima, Neoplea striola, and Paraplea frontalis).
It is important to mention that records for Neoplea striola (Fieber, 1844) from Cuba cited by Kirkaldy & Torre-Bueno (1909) and previous works, actually belong to Paraplea puella (Barber, 1923).
striola, there is some variation in the number of primary spurs; however, in other species, such as N.
striola (Ellis 1950, 1965; Drake & Chapman 1953).
Neoplea striola has a 1st gonapophysis similar to that of N.
striola. Some specimens have 1 fewer primary spur and/or 1 fewer secondary spur.
striola is almost certainly incorrect and confused with that of N.
striola dorsal lobe about 0.5' length of [A.sub.1] (Fig.
The status of Plea striola and harnedi (Hemiptera, Pleidae).