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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The first epipodial tentacle was observed later after the onset of metamorphosis in Haliotis gigantea which was different from findings of this study for Haliotis mariae.
Similar tentacles occur posteriorly along the length of the epipodial fold, the number depending on the size of the species and the individual.
4E); propodium distinctly demarcated; except for the anterior portion surrounded by thin epipodial fold (Fig.
The papillae have neuroepithelial cells that are widely distributed on the surface of cephalic and epipodial tentacles, and exhibit intense staining for GABA, along with their innervating nerve fibers.
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.
Epipodial tentacles were clipped from the respective parents of each family and mantle tissue samples were collected from the offspring for DNA isolation.
3 tentacles in anterior half; 6 or 7 large epipodial tentacles on each side, with frequent smaller intermediary tentacles of varying size; an indistinct epipodial sense organ present at base of larger epipodial tentacles, none evident under neck lobes.
Tissue samples of mantle were cut from adults, and epipodial tentacles from juveniles were removed with clippers.
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.
Epipodial tentacles were collected from living specimens and immediately stored in absolute ethanol until DNA extraction.