incurrent

Related to incurrent: Uncurrent

in·cur·rent

 (ĭn-kûr′ənt, -kŭr′-)
adj.
Affording passage to an inflowing current.

[Latin incurrēns, incurrent-, present participle of incurrere, to run upon; see incur.]

incurrent

(ɪnˈkʌrənt)
adj
1. (Zoology) (of anatomical ducts, tubes, channels, etc) having an inward flow
2. flowing or running in an inward direction
[C16: from Latin incurrēns running into; see incur]

in•cur•rent

(ɪnˈkɜr ənt, -ˈkʌr-)

adj.
carrying or relating to an inward current.
[1555–65; < Latin incurrent-, s. of incurrēns, present participle of incurrere; see incur]
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After approximately 6 mo, the oocytes are ripe, and fertilization may take place when mature oocytes are discharged from the gonad and transported internally to the incurrent chamber of the female oyster.
The bivalves probably reach the ascidians as larvae in the incurrent water flow and attach upon touching the siphon.
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The incurrent high fiscal deficits and the consequent ballooning up of the debts resulted in the collapse of the economy.
Due to the complexity of lithology and structural elements of the crystalline crust, only an integrated study of the relation between a rock structural, material and physical parameters and flow intensity of deep gases enables one to reveal the characteristic features of zones with increased permeability and fluid incurrent channels to the Earth's surface etc.
That council, Bernanke said, should have a mandate to monitor and identify emerging risks to the stability of the financial system, to identify gaps incurrent regulation, and to coordinate the agencies' responses to possible systemic risks.
rhombeus fontainianus have inner demibranchs fused to the visceral mass, anterior ends of the inner demibranchs attached to the visceral mass adjacent to the labial palps (Stasek Type I), mantle fused between the incurrent and excurrent apertures and endobranchy, ctenidia with ciliary currents (Atkins Type D).
The osphradium is considered to be the primary chemosensory organ of prosobranch mollusks because its leaf-like structure bears a strong resemblance to the nasal rosettes of aquatic vertebrates (Hansen and Reutter, 2004), and because its location at the base of the incurrent siphon maximizes exposure to odorants (Bailey and Laverack, 1966; Emory, 1992).