subzonal


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subzonal

(sʌbˈzəʊnəl)
adj
(Physical Geography) geography of or pertaining to a subzone
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Sperm characteristics and outcome of human assisted fertilization by subzonal insemination and intracytoplasmic sperm injection.
Variations of microinsemination in clinical use include: zona pellucida drilling, (30) partial zona dissection, (31) and zona opening, (32,33) all of which promote the passage of sperm through the zona pellucida; and subzonal sperm insertion,34) by which motile sperm are injected into the perivitelline space using a micropipette.
5 times as wide as long, distally uneven, apically slightly indented, laterally with auriform extensions; gnathos elbow-shaped with small spines distally; saccus short and narrow; valva with inner lamella extremely expanded and folded, transtilla foliated, strongly sclerotized with spines, ventro-distal process with flattened top, wavy and serrate dorsally; aedeagus with suprazonal sheath equal to subzonal sheath, suprazonal sheath with lateral small spines on both sides; juxta more or less nose-like, upper margin V-shaped.
primus, lo que situaria la asociacion por encima del limite subzonal y sugeriria que el evento de LO de A.
2010--O podzonal'noi strukture rastitel'nogo pokrova stepnoi zony v evropeiskoi chasti Rossii (On the subzonal structure of plant cover in the steppe zone of European Russia)--Botanicheskii Zhurnal 95: 1126-1134.
In the late 1980s Simon Fishel in the UK pioneered the technique of sperm subzonal injection (SUZI) in humans, involving injecting sperm under the zona pellucida (ZP), (21) leading to a pregnancy reported in 1988.
However, later study showed that, at least in the northwestern coast of the island, the only rocks accessible now belong to the Vormsi Stage, containing the subzonal chitinozoan A.
Subzonal boundaries coincide with the northern limits of several species of woody plants with distinct upright or prostrate growth forms, and ultimately with the northern limit of woody plant species.
In Ethiopia, SNIDs were conducted in 21 zones and three subzonal areas in five regions of the country.
At the zonal and subzonal level, the lack of capacity is painfully evident.