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a subordinate element added to another entity

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Those are relics of fully-formed appendages, as chelicerates seem to originally have had heads with no less than seven pairs of limbs.
Contract notice: Study and supply of hull appendage for WFP Themis.
The present study is aimed to identify the morphological sex of the individual by screening neutrophils for the percentage of various forms nuclear appendages.
The objectives of this work were to study the association of five Tetrapus morphotypes whose females have two independent mandibular appendages and hexapodous males; explain their origin and morphological relationships to other pollinating wasps of subgenus Pharmacosycea and other pollinating genera, their taxonomic position, and its origin.
corolla limb erect); four white corolla appendages of different size, geniculate (vs.
A team of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania has engineered a raptor-like appendage for a drone, enabling it to grasp objects at high speeds by swooping in like a bird of prey.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The scientists discovered new fossils in Northern Greenland showing that ancient, giant marine animals used bizarre facial appendages to filter food from the ocean.
The fossils from North Greenland showed that these ancient giant marine animals used bizarre facial appendages to trawl for plankton and other organisms from the seas.
Each field is composed of a base with three pores and two prominent ciliated appendages consisting of an epithelial monolayer separated from a central sinus space by a basement membrane (Fig.
2) Knowledge of existence of multi lobed appendages are important in accurate Trans-Esophageal-Echocardiographic evaluation (TEE) of LAA.
200 polynuclearneutrophils were examined for nuclear appendages and classified into four groups: neutrophils with form A, B or C appendages and neutrophils without any appendage.
They can be separated in two groups according to the presence or absence of external appendages located between the corolla lobes.
In the male genitalia, the uncus is usually wide, with the entire apex and the valves narrow, with appendages on the lower edge of the bottom or the middle part.
While more than 30 published studies of prenatally diagnosed fetal sacral appendages have appeared in the medical literature, "the majority of cases are isolated, with no other structural anomalies reported," said Ms.
By carefully considering both nauplius and copepod development, they can compare across species as they describe variation in the number of stages of development, limbs and appendages, internal anatomy, behaviors, seasonal cycles and migration, ecology and mortality, and the patterning of the appendages of the copepods.