semilunar


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Synonyms for semilunar

resembling the new moon in shape

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Na Australia, larvas de peixes recifais nao apresentaram padrao lunar ou semilunar na colonizacao embora na fase da lua tenha certa influencia a 'pesca' total (Kingsford e Finn, 1997).
"Dupp" is the sound created as the semilunar valves close in diastole.
The sensory root expands to become the semilunar shaped Gasserian ganglion, which divides into the three peripheral sensory branches: ophthalmic, maxillary, and mandibular (Table 1).
The bison bone (CMN 46320; now CMC K1Vj-13:1) is the proximal end of a right radio-ulna near the semilunar notch.
The semilunar valves are formed from three small tubercles of tissue that are (overriding), a small pulmonary outflow tract, and the inability of the ventricular septum to close.
We also analyzed the wind - settlement relationship at the semilunar level (using the daily average for the new or full moon halves of each lunar cycle).
There was parallel clustering of high- and low-rate areas for knee procedures including synovectomy, arthrodesis, and excision of semilunar cartilage.
Bipalium kewense Moseley, 1878 (Family Bipaliidae von Graff, 1896) -- Body elongate, strape-shaped; head semilunar with posterior margin virtually straight without recurved auricles.
Varied cardiac presentations include atrial fibrillation (AF), chamber enlargement (more often right-sided), congestive heart failure (CHF), valvular regurgitation (atrioventricular more than semilunar), and pulmonary hypertension (PH), most of which have been reported to reverse with correct treatment [2-6].