interorbital


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interorbital

(ˌɪntərˈɔːbɪtəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated between the orbits or eye sockets
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Where measurements of interorbital width were made, calipers are not sufficiently accurate and ratios serve merely to indicate underlying differences in skull structure.
Justin plans to fulfill his space-flight dreams in the Solaris X, a rocket being constructed by Interorbital Systems for the X Prize Competition, in which participants are building a reusable spaceship that will fly to an altitude of 100 kilometers, or 62.
One hopeful in the race to space is the company Interorbital Systems.
schlegelii: "Skull thick and heavy; interorbital space flat or slightly convex, its width about 2.
The afternoon program, comprised of technical presentations by invited speakers, will focus on advances in aerospace education, aerospace policy, air cargo delivery, aviation safety, flight crew training, International Space Station, interorbital transportation, nanoscience and technology, the Next Generation Aerospace Initiative, Orbital Space Plane, personal air transportation, propulsion systems, public space travel, reusable launch vehicles, rotorcraft technology, solar system exploration, systems architecting, unmanned space platforms, unmanned vehicles, Wright Flyer research, and much more
The interorbital crests converge anteriorly, forming a boss on the snout.
33) discovered that differences between sexes, especially in some species of the family Bothidae, may be found in scales, rostral and orbital spines, interorbital widths, form of the fins, coloration, and (in one species) teeth.
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.
6,10,11) In addition, because the interorbital septum in birds, particularly owls, is very thin, (8) the contralateral eye may be affected if iatrogenic damage to the septum occurs during the enucleation procedure.
Variacion: El patron de coloracion de un Pristimantis carlosceroni juvenil vario en lo siguiente: dorso verde con las franjas dorsolaterales completamente rojizas; cabeza con una tenue franja interorbital verdosa; superficie dorsal de los piernas rosacea y muslos verdosos y rojizos; manchas oscuras en los talones y rodillas ausentes; vientre amarillento, el pecho crema y superficie ventral de los muslos piernas y la region cloacal rojiza; el disco en el dedo III rojizo y ligeramente pigmentado de rojo en el dedo IV; tuberculos cloacales mas prominentes, cafe en preservado.
The animals were weighed, and 16 body-part measurements were made: trunk, tail, leg, foot, arm and hand length; chest and abdominal girth; head circumference and breadth; head, mandible and ear length; interorbital breadth; internasal distance; and testicular volume.