IO = intromittent organ; DCT = dense connective tissue; LCT = loose connective tissue; FR = fin ray
The Fin Ray
Effect is a construction which has been derived from the functional anatomy of the fin.
Due to the adaptive nature of the Fin Ray
structure, the MultiChoiceGripper is not only variable in terms of the direction of grip, the fingers themselves can adapt to a wide variety of shapes.
Eight-17 pored lateral-line scales; anal-fin with 18-22 branched rays; outer premaxillary row with two-three teeth; six branched pelvic fin rays
Both dorsal fins have dull red and brown zig-zag stripes and flecks and, particularly in large adult males, the first three fin rays
of the first fin can be elongated and swept back in graceful curves.
The left pectoral fin ray
and the first three anterior dorsal fin spines were clipped as close to the body as possible.
Comparison of age estimates from scale, opercular bone, otolith, vertebrae and dorsal fin ray
in Labeo rohita (Hamilton), Catla catla (Hamilton) and Channa marulius (Hamilton).
The individual fin rays
are composed of longitudinally aligned segmented bones whose shape resembles that of a bamboo tree.
Aplikace Fin Ray
principu pro automatizaci vyrobnich procesu.
4) and in other cottoids by Jackson (2004); spine, a sharp needle-shaped bony structure on a dermal tubercle or other ossicle (Taurulus); spinule, a tiny spine projecting from a larger spine or horn; spinulose tubercle, a tubercle covered with many tiny spinules (Triglopsis); spiny rod, a spine-bearing fin ray
of the paired fins (e.
Each fin ray
is composed of a pair of hemirays, which are concave structures that consist of multiple bony segments joined at the end.
gentles the blade in line with fin ray
and gill plate.
Dawson (1982) dropped the subspecies designation, using the combination of trunk rings (modally 18), tail rings (33-34), and dorsal fin ray
counts (37-41) to separate S.
00): (0) single long first ray connected to two proximal radials; (1) long fin ray
connected to two proximal radials, preceded by one or two short fin rays
carolinae have recently been described from Perry County, Missouri, that differ from epigean populations in relative eye size, amount of pigmentation, body shape, reduction in pelvic fin ray
number, and enlargement of cephalic lateralis pores (Burr et al.