Epipodial

Ep`i`po´di`al


a.1.(Anat.) Pertaining to the epipodialia or the parts of the limbs to which they belong.
2.(Zool.) Pertaining to the epipodium of Mollusca.
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Time of Larval Development (h) Larval First Hatch- Reactor Torsion Epipodial Group [degrees]C Out Muscle (90[degrees]) Tentacle 1 16 17.
This study has demonstrated the presence of GABA cells of both cephalic and epipodial tentacles.
Ten individuals obtained from the Center for Abalone Production of the Universidad Catolica del Norte (CAP-UCN) in 2004 had the typical shell and epipodial morphology of H.
Samples carne from the commercial fisheries, with the exception of San Juanico where abalone fishing is banned; here, collected specimens had some epipodial tentacles removed before replacing them in the water.
Movements of the cephalic and epipodial tentacles, rotations of the shell, and the exhalent water current all produced fluctuations in oxygen concentrations at fixed points within the DBL.
Non-destructive sampling of juvenile abalone using epipodial tentacles and mucus: method and application.
Epipodial tentacles were collected from living specimens and immediately stored in absolute ethanol until DNA extraction.
Cephalic lappets, neck lobes and epipodial fold well developed, forming an almost continuous sensory skirt around aperture margin, as in other auriform vetigastropods (e.
On observation (day 63 after tagging), 8 animals had abnormal epipodial tissue near the tagging site.
For abalone, environmental cues are detected by 2 main olfactory appendages: the cephalic and epipodial tentacles (Wanichanon et al.
External anatomy (Figs 5A, 6A): Head-foot with extensive dark brown to black pigmentation in living animal; cephalic tentacles more or less uniformly dark; blackish colour of neck lobes and epipodial tentacles contrasting with whitish upper parts of foot.