Predorsal

Pre`dor´sal


a.1.(Anat.) Situated in front of the back; immediately in front, or on the ventral side the dorsal part of the vertebral column.
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When two small isolated anterior dorsal-fin spines were present, predorsal length was measured from the tip of the snout to the base of the second spine, since the latter was homologous with the single small isolated anterior spine present in many species of Platycephalus (see Imamura, 1996 for homology of such spines).
smooth dogfish and Florida/Gulf smoothhound) Predorsal ridge present; second dorsal fin slightly smaller than first dorsal fin and much larger than anal fin; max.
australis, y lo relacionan con caracteres morfologicos que facilitarian la captura de presas en la interfase agua-aire, como ser la posicion de la boca supera, la cabeza aplanada y el perfil predorsal recto.
2003; Prieto, 2006), que se caracteriza por tener el cuerpo fuertemente comprimido, discoide, abdomen aquillado y sin espina predorsal.
MEASURE Data (mm) Total length 881 Standard length 705 Preanal length 512 Predorsal length 218 Head length 208 Snout length 84 Eye orbit diameter 40.
De acuerdo con los principios de AFI, Hualde (2005) utiliza los simbolos [s] para referirse a la realizacion apical peninsular y [s] a la predorsal (laminal) latinoamericana.
Relacion morfometrica % Longitud de la cabeza 34,6 Distancia predorsal 31,5 Distancia preanal 69,6 Altura maxima del cuerpo 39,6 Longitud base primera aleta dorsal 33,9 Longitud base segunda aleta dorsal 34,0 Longitud base aleta anal 11,9 Longitud aleta pectoral 22,6 Longitud aleta pelvica 16,5 Altura minima pedunculo caudal 8,1 Diametro orbital 6,2 Distancia interorbital 8,9 Distancia preocular 11,0 Tabla 4.
Suttkus and Mettee (1998) followed Hubbs and Lagler (1958) in presenting predorsal scale counts for species of Mendia.
Serranochromis macrocephalus is a relatively stocky fish with a straight predorsal profile and a large mouth with well-spaced large conical teeth.
01 mm): total length (TL), standard length, head length (HL--distance from the tip of the snout to the operculum margin), predorsal length (to the anterior base of the dorsal fin), preanal length (to the anterior base of the anal fin), trunk length (distance between the operculum and the anterior base of the anal fin), tail length (distance between the anus and the tip of the notochord), caudal peduncle height (distance between the anterior base of the anal fin and the base of the dorsal fin), snout length (from the tip of the snout to the eye), posterior snout width (before the eyes), eye diameter, pectoral fin and pelvic fin lengths (distance between the anterior base and the fin margin), head width (behind the eyes), height at the pectorals, and preanal and postanal regions (Figure 1).
Relative predorsal and snout-to-anus lengths increasing from flexion to postflexion stage, decreasing in juveniles.
La /s/ entre vocales presenta los alofonos [s] fricativo alveolar predorsal sordo, [z] fricativo sonoro y [[theta]] fricativo (inter)dental sordo.