Inframedian

In`fra`me´di`an


a.1.(Zoological Geog.) Of or pertaining to the interval or zone along the sea bottom, at the depth of between fifty and one hundred fathoms.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Descriptive terminology follows Mattoni & Acosta (2005) for hemispermatophores; Vachon (1974) for trichobothria; Francke (1977) for metasomal carinae, abbreviated as follows: DL: dorsolateral; LIM: lateral inframedian; LSM: lateral supramedian; LM: lateral median; VSM: ventral submedian; VL: ventrolateral; VM: ventromedial!; and Prendini (2000) for pedipalp carinae, abbreviated as follows: DI: dorsal internal; DE: dorsal external; VI: ventral internal; VE: ventral external;
Survival was strikingly worse for patients with a supramedian value of follow-up BNP [[greater than or equal to] 180 ng/L (52 pmol/L)] than for those with an inframedian value (P <0.0001).
Descriptive terminology follows Mattoni & Acosta (2005) for the hemispermatophores, Vachon (1974) for the trichobothria, and Francke (1977) for the metasomal carinae, abbreviated as follows: DL: dorsolateral; LIM: lateral inframedian; LSM: lateral supramedian; VSM: ventral submedian; VL: ventrolateral; VM: ventromedian.
Segments I-IV: DL, dorsal lateral; LSM, lateral supramedian; Lim, lateral inframedian; VL, ventral lateral; VSM , ventral submedian.
Terminology of the metasomal carinae follows Stahnke (1970), abbreviated as follows: DL = dorsal lateral; LSM = lateral supramedian; LIM = lateral inframedian; VL = ventral lateral; VM = ventral median.
Lateral inframedian carinae on I complete, strong, crenato-serrate; on II present on distal 1/4 only, strong, serrate; on III weak, present as few granules distally; on IV absent.