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Al·ar

 (ăl′är)
A trademark for daminozide.

a·lar

 (ā′lər) or a·la·ry (ā′lə-rē)
adj.
1. Resembling, containing, or composed of wings or alae.
2. Anatomy Concerned with the armpit; axillary.

[Latin ālāris, from āla, wing.]

alar

(ˈeɪlə)
adj
1. relating to, resembling, or having wings or alae
2. (Botany) denoting the cells at the base of a moss leaf, to the sides, that sometimes differ in structure from cells in the rest of the leaf
[C19: from Latin āla a wing]

Alar

(ˈeɪlɑː)
n
(Horticulture) a chemical sprayed on cultivated apple trees in certain countries, to increase fruit set. Also called: daminozide

a•lar

(ˈeɪ lər)

adj.
1. of, pertaining to, or having wings.
2. wing-shaped.
[1830–40; < Latin ālāris=āl(a) wing (see ala) + -āris -ar1]

A•lar

(ˈeɪ lɑr)
Trademark. a brand of daminozide.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.alar - a chemical sprayed on fruit trees to regulate their growth so the entire crop can be harvested at one timeAlar - a chemical sprayed on fruit trees to regulate their growth so the entire crop can be harvested at one time
chemical, chemical substance - material produced by or used in a reaction involving changes in atoms or molecules
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
Adj.1.alar - of or relating to the axilalar - of or relating to the axil    
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
2.alar - having or resembling wingsalar - having or resembling wings    
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
winged - having wings or as if having wings of a specified kind; "the winged feet of Mercury";
Translations

a·lar

a. alar, rel. a o semejante a un ala;
___ arteryarteria ___;
___ cartilagecartílago ___.
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Neurones appeared along the dorsal midline of the alar plate in the mesencephalon that formed the nucleus of the DTmesV (nmesV) giving rise to the DTmesV (Figure 2(b), arrow).
The DTmesV axons also took a slightly different route to that seen in the chick and mouse: the DTmesV axons did not project as far ventral into the mesencephalon alar plate in S.
The mid-inner cell area of each barb ridge forms the ramus of the future barb while the two external and outer parts of the barb ridge, termed alar plates, form barbules (Figs.