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a surrounding site

a rather small part of a geographic unit considered in regard to its inhabitants or distinctive characteristics

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the extent of a 2-dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary

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SIV in one morphotype, with hairy posterior margin, with a wide notch between the central projection and the lateral process, long central projection (Pc), with short and thin lateral process and without apical lobe (Pl), glabrous in its apical area (Fig.
This may be due to the residues of gutta-percha and endodontic sealer material that may remain in the apical area after preparation, as reported by Bolhuis et al.
Diagnosis: The new species is readily distinguished from other Afrotropical species of the genus as it has a propodeum with basal keel equal to the apical area in length, widely rounded anterior apical area (similar to that in the subgenus Nanodiaparsis Horstmann, 1971) and very long distance between propodeal spiracle and pleural carina.
4C): hyaline; dark brown fumose on the apical area; forewing wide, with basal cell opaque, black; costa long and brownish, becoming brown at the apical area; the extremities of the veins with dark brown fumose markings on both sides; radial, radiomedial, medial and mediocubital crossveins with strong dark brown infuscation, the ambient vein also being the same colour; apical area octoloculate.
asinina, the apical areas of hypobranchial gland leaves and leaflets represent specialized zones where at least 6 types of cells are formed, (i.
During canal preparation in the course of endodontic treatment only the orifice is visible; the critical apical areas are never seen by the naked eye.
The spine of process in male 9th abdominal tergite small, nearly triangular; apical area of female 7th abdominal sternum with 1 process, which apex bifurcate O.
The difficulties in adapting the files at the apical area are predominantly related to the anatomical form and are particularly related to the fusion of the mesial canals of the lower molar where the neighboring canal constitutes one of the canal walls.
The prolongation of repolarization in the apical area was associated with the local increase in ARI dispersion.
The presence of a nervous system in echinoid larvae was first suggested by observations of a putative thickening in the apical area (MacBride, 1914) and the presence of neuron-like cells in the adoral ciliary band (Mortensen, 1921).
Canals were debrided with #35 k file with caution not to go deep into the apical area.
20, 33 and 34) narrow and elongate, about 3 times as long as wide, obliquely depressed laterally, apex rounded, veins distinctly prominent and thickly covered with fuscous granules with long setae, a more or less continuous series of transverse veins before apical area, forewing venation show as in Fig.
Tibia distinctly flattened, expanded, as wide as or wider than hindfemur; anterior surface slightly concave, with angled edges slightly projecting and covered with small spines; cross-section in apical area subsquare.
In primary teeth with root resorption the apical area keeps changing constantly it is possible that the apical constriction is obliterated and apex is wide open.
3 In cases of endodontic treatment failure, the infection continues to persist in the intricate areas of the canal which in turn is responsible for re-infection in the peri apical area.