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sub·mar·gin·al

(sŭb-mar'jin-ăl),
Near the margin of any part.

submarginal

(sŭb-mär′jə-nəl)
adj.
1. Near the margin of a body, organ, or part: submarginal tentacles.
2. Of low productivity; infertile.

submarginal

[sub·mär′ji·nəl]
Etymology: L, sub, beneath + margo, margin
inferior to or beneath a margin.

sub·mar·gin·al

(sŭb-mahr'jin-ăl)
In dentistry, area below margin of cavity preparation or restoration of tooth.

submarginal,

adj pertaining to a deficiency of contour at the margin of a restoration or pattern.
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Dorsal tubular ducts present submarginally, numbering 24-30 around body; each dorsal tubular duct larger in size than ventral thoracic tubular ducts.
However, it remains unknown whether the submarginally migrating IO neurons also switch their mode of migration.
Abdomen elongate, dark grey, with pattern composed of four pairs of transverse patches submarginally and ill-defined paler median area in anterior half of abdomen.
5 [micro]m wide, present submarginally, with perhaps 1 on abdomen, 1 on thorax and 1 on head.
Abdomen dark brownish grey, with indistinct lighter pattern composed of three diagonal patches submarginally, three irregular patches placed medially and two chevrons in posterior part of abdomen.
Dorsal marcroduct distribution as follows: abdominal segment V with 1 on margin, segments VI-VII with 3 on margin, segment VIII with 1 located submarginally.

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