bilobed


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bi·lo·bate

 (bī-lō′bāt′) also bi·lo·bat·ed (-bā′tĭd) or bi·lobed (bī′lōbd′)
adj.
Divided into or having two lobes: a bilobate leaf.
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Adj.1.bilobed - having two lobesbilobed - having two lobes; "a bilobate leaf"
compound - composed of more than one part; "compound leaves are composed of several lobes; "compound flower heads"
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The body consists of eleven segments in addition to head, the body dorsally with 26 plates and densely covered with yellowish back-warding setae dorsally and laterally, the first three dorsal plates are slightly bilobed while the other plates are oblong and variable in width; head is moderate in size and triangle, bearing a minute antennae and a mouthpart ventrally which is located in a triangular space.
1) Results of radiographs revealed a bilobed, smoothly marginated, homogenous, right-sided soft tissue opacity that extended from the base of the skull to the coelomic inlet (Fig 1).
Ventral arch (VA) articulating with ventral margin of mouth hook, sclerotized, two foramens, anterior margin with 20-24 denticles, posterior margin V-shaped; epistomal sclerite (ES) bilobed, welded to both parastomal bars (PB), all C-shaped; parastomal bars posteriorly fused with pharyngeal sclerites.
The purpose of this case report--which involved a 66-year-old woman who was referred to our clinic for evaluation of severe headaches, dizziness, and left sided pulsatile tinnitus--is to demonstrate the definitive need for an extended middle fossa approach when a bilobed petrous apex mass is encountered.
The midgut gland is a large, bilobed organ composed of many blindly ending tubules responsible for food absorption, transport, secretion of digestive enzymes, and storage of lipids, glycogen, and a number of minerals (Gibson & Barker 1979).
B, Bone marrow aspirate smear showing promyelocyte with bilobed nuclei, prominent nucleoli, and basophilic microgranular cytoplasm consistent with variant M3 morphology (case 3) (Wright-Giemsa, original magnifications X1000).
Sexual dimorphism: Genital papilla in male not fimbriate, long and slender, slightly bilobed at tip, its maximum length extending to base of about anal-fin spine or first soft anal-fin ray; female papilla short, bulbous, with several finger-like projections at edge of opening, extending almost to anal spine.
For the upper area, the bilobed flap was designed at the left buttock and positioned over the area of the defect.
Halobatinae + Ptilomerinae were diagnosed by the distal process of the fore tibia, the bilobed apices of the second female gonapophyses, and reduced evaporative channels of the metathoracic scent apparatus.
Chrzan and his colleagues found that when germanium tin nanocrystals were embedded within amorphous silica the nanocrystals formed a bilobed nanostructure that was half crystalline metallic and half crystalline semiconductor.