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of or treating the most basic aspects

arising from or going to the root or source

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especially of leaves

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serving as or forming a base

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of primary importance

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There are nevertheless several important differences, which also suggest that the jaw apparatus of Kajoprion belongs to labidognath type: (1) symmetrical right and left MII with the ramus and denticulated shank, (2) presence of a prominent inner wing in the left MI, (3) presence of the subtriangular outer wing in the left MI, and the ramus and bight in the right MI, suggesting the existence of the basal plate, and (4) myocoele openings that are slightly enclosed (Figs 1, 2).
(1992) reported that the most efficient callus systems were derived from basal plates and embryos; establishing that basal plate can be competent explant for genetic modification.
The current study revealed that the marginal layer of the basal plates of metencephalon in camel embryo undergoes extensive growth ventrally forming a bridge of nerve fibers (pons) that contains the pontine nuclei (Fig.
Although not visible macroscopically, microscopic examination of the placenta may confirm the presence of (placental) basal plate myometrial fibres (Figure 1); although this finding can be seen in normal pregnancies, their presence is thought to indicate abnormal placental separation.
(74,75) Chronic deciduitis can be defined by the extent of chronic inflammation, and the presence of plasma cells, within the basal plate (Figure 38).
The ctenial base and spine of their ctenii are not distinctly separated, the transition is very smooth, the lower part of spines just becoming larger and joining with the scale or tubercle basal plate.
Make sure the basal plate - the bottom of the clove - is facing downwards.
This indicates that there is considerable inflammation in the basal plate of the placenta (Figure 1).
In the posterior region, the skull consists of the basal plate and the occipital arch.
Grade 0: The placental tissue and the basal plate are homogeneous without the presence of linear highly reflective foci.
The rat placenta has three main parts, namely the basal plate or trophospongioblast, the labyrinth and the decidual part [11].
Vinculum rectangular; saccus with a narrow basal plate and a slender process 1.5x longer than valva; anellus relatively narrow, with minute setae.
str.; alt9 = apophysis of laterotergite IX; [avf.sub.8] = apophysis of valvifer VIII; bp = basal plate; con = conjunctiva, cp = conjunctival process; end = endophallic duct; erp = erection fluid pump; gc = genital capsule; gy = gynatrium; hi = hinge; lbr = labrum; [lt.sub.9] = laterotergite IX; phth = phallotheca; res = endophallic reservoir; rs = ring sclerite; [s.sub.2]-[s.sub.7] = abdominal sternites II-VII; [t.sub.7]--[t.sub.8] = abdominal tergites VII-VIII; [vf.sub.8] = valvifer VIII.
In scooping, remove the entire basal plate, including the center flower bud and main shoot at the center (Fig.