podial

podial

(ˈpəʊdɪəl)
adj
relating to a podium or foot
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1-2 thoracic neuropodial podial papillae, 0-2 thoracic subpodial papillae, 0-4 abdominal subpodial papillae, stomach papillae absent (Zhadan et al, 2015).
MULTAN -- Nepal Ambassador in Pakistan Bharat Raj Podial paid visits to Blue Pottery Institute, Craft Bazaar and historical Qasim Fort in the city on Friday and heaped praise on traditional items prepared by Multani craftsmen.
If tube-foot number (and therefore total area of podial support) varies isometrically with arm length, then the mass supported per tube foot and per unit podial cross-sectional area will be higher in larger sea stars, which might impair locomotion at larger body sizes.
Most of the remaining unidentified and uncatalogued specimens are extremely fragmentary or represent difficult to identify bones, such as incomplete fish vertebrae, rodent vertebral epiphyses, or rodent podial elements.
MULTAN -- Nepal ambassador in Pakistan Bharat Raj Podial said on Thursday that there exist enormous potential to increase bilateral trade between Nepal and Pakistan and both countries can benefit from each other by increasing trade volume.
5 h Eight-cell embryos 9 h 16-cell embryos 23 h Unhatched blastulae; wrinkled with a clear blastocoel and irregular blastoderm 47 h * Hatched blastulae; apical tuft visible 73 h Initiation of gastrulation 4 days Mid-stage gastrulae; archenteron about 1/2 way into blastocoel 7 days Gastrulae that are compressed; first spicules visible with cross-polarized light 8 days Prisms 14 days Two-arm plutei with open mouths 33 days Four and six-arm plutei 48 days Formation of lobes begins 79 days Juvenile rudiments with podial buds and pedicellariae 120 days Metamorphosis; juvenile spine count ranges from 5 to 23 * Blastulae were unhatched at 23 and 33 h.
These bundles correspond to the podial nerve, a branch of the ectoneural nervous system that innervates the tube feet.
Briefly, the larval arms bend away from the vestibule, from which the tube feet of the rudiment extend, allowing podial attachment to the substratum.
The functional role of ambital podia is more ambiguous; however, they are longer and are extended at a lower strain rate than other podial types.
The permeability of the podial wall to water and potassium ions.