interorbital


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interorbital

(ˌɪntərˈɔːbɪtəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated between the orbits or eye sockets
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Herrera," F = female, M = male, A = adult, sub-A = subadult, TL = total length, TaL = tail length, Ta = tail, HfL = hind foot length, EL = ear length, SGL = skull greatest length, CBL = condylobasal length, NL = nasal length, ZW = zygomatic width, IOW = interorbital width, BCW = brain-case width, PW = palate width across molars, MT = maxillary tooth row.
Synergy Moon: The team has partnered with launch provider Interorbital Systems to use its Neptune 8 rocket.
The interorbital width is approximately 1/5 of the parietal region, a ratio also found in S.
Distancia Interorbital (DIO): Distancia minima entre los bordes superiores de las orbitas oculares medidas a traves de la punta del craneo (Fig.
Komarov further expressed hope that the next decade and a half would see maintenance and repair capabilities of devices in orbit that have been delivered from Earth, including interorbital vehicles and tugs.
SIMPER analysis indicated maximum body depth (BD), upper caudal fin lobe length (CL), head length (HL), barbeus length (BL), interorbital distance (ID) and mouth depth (MD) as the six most important metric measurements descrimitating females from males and the group A from B and C+D.
6% HL), orbit with bony ridge extending over anterodorsal margin; interorbital ridge moderately wide, interorbital area slightly convex, interorbital width 21.
Orbit diameter is the greatest fleshy diameter and the interorbital width is the least bony width.
01 mm: longitud hocico cloaca, longitud de la cabeza, ancho de la cabeza, longitud de la tibia, longitud de la pata, ancho del ojo, diametro del ojo, longitud de la parotida, ancho de la parotida, distancia interorbital, longitud ojo-narina, longitud narina--rostrum, distancia entre narinas y longitud del timpano.
The eye fissure dimensions and interorbital distance may be altered in facial deformities.