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vasiform

 [vas´ĭ-form]
resembling a vessel.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

vas·i·form

(vas'i-fōrm),
Having the shape of a vas or tubular structure.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

vas·i·form

(vas'i-fōrm)
Having the shape of a vas or tubular structure.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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One pair of setae on each mesothorax and metathorax segment, and a pair on abdominal segment VIII, each arising from a tubercular base along the anterior-lateral margin of the vasiform orifice.
1, puparium; 2, marginal teeth; 3, submedian abdominal depression on each of segments I-VII; 4, vasiform orifice.
6, transverse moltingsuture; 7, submedia abdominal depressions; 8, apparent lateral margin; 9, vasiform orifice.
Submargin completely demarcated from dorsal disc by a submarginal furrow, intersecting caudal area posterior to vasiform orifice.
Cephalic setae 70-126 [micro]m long, first abdominal setae 83 [micro]m long; eighth abdominal setae cephalolaterad of vasiform orifice 21-35 [micro]m long, and caudal setae positioned near caudal pore, 13-18 [micro]m long.
It may be noted that Asialeyrodes species have caudal furrow connected with posterior ends of the vasiform orifice.
3, submarginal seta, 4, legs and antenna, 5, vasiform orifice and caudal furrow.
puparium, habitus, 7, empty pupal case, 8, caudal furrow, 9, vasiform orifice, 10, tuberculate seta, 11, host plant Cinnamomum subavenium (Laurales: Lauraceae).