rostral


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ros·tral

 (rŏs′trəl, rô′strəl)
adj.
1. Anatomy At, near, or toward the head, especially the front of the head: the rostral prefrontal cortex.
2. Of or relating to a rostrum.

ros′tral·ly adv.

rostral

(ˈrɒstrəl)
adj
1. (Biology) biology of or like a beak or snout
2. adorned with the prows of ships: a rostral column.
Translations

ros·tral

a. rostral, rel. o semejante a un rostro.
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The orientation of rostral parts of incisival bone to the right or to the left of this line was determined in 1,772 dry skulls (1,581 males, 191 females, 1-24 years-of-age) of Alces alces alces, studied in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Republics of Karelia and Komi in the Russian Federation, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Byelorussia, and Poland.
Body length, hind foot length, rostral width, upper alveolus length, upper premolar width, upper third molar width, and width of supraoccipital (in both sexes), and intermaxillary width (in females) had geographic samples with coefficients of variation exceeding 8.
They placed human neural stem cells into the rostral migration stream in the rat brain, an area that carries cells towards the olfactory bulb, governor of the animal's sense of smell.
The frontal sinus presents rostral and caudal compartments that extend to the cornual processes.
The dorsal nasal turbinate had sinus, which begins at the level of second premolar tooth and attains maximum at rostral face of second molar tooth and extend up to level of medial canthus of eye.
It is well known that the rostral ventrolateral medulla (RVLM) is a key region for central control of sympathetic outflow and plays a vital role in maintaining resting BP and sympathetic tone [3].
El hueso frontal, localizado en la parte rostral superficial y medial de la cabeza, caudal a la cavidad nasal, se utilizo para ubicar los senos frontales.
In the rostral part of the articular disc it was determined that the vascular capillaries were in a sinusoid form (Fig.
Rostral (ro, 61-69), lamellar (le, 90-102) and interlamellar (in, 114-127) setae setiform, barbed.
The hyoid apparatus of the Chinese goose is composed of a single entoglossal bone, paired rostral basibranchial bones, an urohyal bone, paired ceratobranchial bones, and paired epibranchial bones.