petiole 5-31 mm long, smaller than the rachis; 2 extrafloral nectaries, brown, stipitate, digitiform, 1-2 mm long, located on the rachis, between the pairs of proximal leaflets; rachis 8-25 mm long; interfoliolar segments 3-12 mm long; leaflets discolorous, 3 pairs, chartaceous, adaxial surface villose, abaxial surface canescent, 10-60 X 5-30 mm, widely obovate, apex rounded, mucronate, base cuneate
, venation penninervous.
Effects of feeding frequency and ration level on growth, feedutilization and nitrogen waste output of cuneate
drum (Nibea miichthioides) reared in net pens.
Wang Y, Guo J, Bureau DP, Cui Z (2006) Effects of dietary protein and energy levels on growth, feed utilization and body composition of cuneate
drum, Nibea miichthioides.
Spinal afferent fiber goes upward within spinothalamic tract and spinal tract to the thalamus (spinothalamic tract) and gracile nucleus and cuneate
nucleus of medulla oblongata (spinal tract), respectively, then project fiber to thalamus through lemniscus medialis.
Subgenital plate relatively short, cuneate
, pointed apically.
Inclusion of rendered animal ingredients as fish substitutes in practical diets for cuneate
drum, Nibea miichthioides (Chu, Lo & Wu).
5 cm, with a cuneate
base that runs decurrent almost to the base of the petiole, glabrous on both sides but the upper side warty, margin slightly undulate, venation pinnately veined, midvein impressed above, prominent below, secondary veins 10-12 ascending pairs, tertiary veins obscurely reticulate, apex obtuse to acute.
The posterior precerebellar extramural migratory stream and the lateral reticular and external cuneate
5-19 mm, reflexed distally; outer tepal blades 20-28 x 15-19 mm, erect in proximal third, then revolute; outer tepal claws stained purplish-brown, narrowly cuneate
, 11-14 mm long, 2-2.
Similarly, the department will also construct a cuneate
of Sher Shah bridge at an estimated cost of Rs 7 million.
The typical appearance is characterized by cuneate
radial opacities .
Vibration excites Pacinian corpuscles, and these receptors convey their information through gracile and cuneate
fascicles to higher centers.