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dor·so·lat·er·al

 (dôr′sō-lăt′ər-əl)
adj.
Of or involving the upper part of the side or sides.

dor′so·lat′er·al·ly adv.

dorsolateral

(ˌdɔːsəʊˈlætərəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to both the back and the side
Translations

dor·so·lat·er·al

a. dorsolateral, rel. a la espalda y un costado.
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2 times the length of uncus with elongated bristles distally and ventrally, apex curved internally, dorso-distally serrated; fultura inferior trapezoidal; aedeagus straight, same length of valvae, distal opening dorsolaterally, serrated at right side.
They are most often bilateral, conical osseous excrescences that typically project dorsolaterally from the posterior ilia and serve as the origin of the gluteus medius muscles (5).
7B, C); then dorsolaterally, one small tuft of long setae and one sensillum (Fig.
The fishes of the family Uranoscopidae are aptly named stargazers because their eyes are placed dorsally or dorsolaterally on the cuboid head and directed upward.
The motor nucleus of the facial nerve, which supplies the muscles of the facial expression, is located at the lower pontine level, dorsolaterally in the caudal pons 141.
The gut was pigmented along the anterodorsal surface and extended dorsolaterally toward the anus.
Ocularium large; width, including lenses, over one-half width of carapace; wide, shallow median furrow; carinae with two pairs of large transverse ridges terminating laterally with dorsolaterally projecting, blunt-ended processes; smaller ridges between and posterior to large ridges (Figs.
Kangaroo rats possess adaptations such as large auditory bullae tuned to low frequencies (Lay 1993), bipedality, and eyes located dorsolaterally, all of which enhance the animals' ability to escape predation (Thompson 1982).
Animals were injected dorsolaterally with 5 [micro]l of this solution through an intersegmental membrane behind the 4th abdominal segment on the right-hand side of the animal.
Lamellae located dorsolaterally, as long as half of prodorsum (in lateral view), without cusps.