interramal

interramal

(ˌɪntəˈrɑːməl)
adj
(Zoology) ornithol situated between the rami. See ramus
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Segments 2-9 with biramous parapodia, with 5-12 simple chaetae per rami, and filiform and smooth interramal cirri.
De todo lo anteriormente expuesto se desprende el reconocimiento que se ha de hacer del caracter interramal y territorializado de los procesos economicos, sociales y ambientales.
Submental and interramal vibrissae are either missing or inconspicuous.
Interramal lobe of posterior wall with dorsal surface minutely serrate, ventroanterior margin sublinear, extending far beyond ventroanterior margin of interramal sclerite; medial region U-shaped, broadly touching base of ovipositor, without sigmoid process (Fig.
is characterized by having 15-16 thoracic chaetigers with four or five rows of uncini and up to three papilliform postchaetal processes on neuropodial lobes by the abdominal parapodia bearing flail-tipped neurochaetae, and by the presence on anterior-most abdominal chaetigers of interramal cirri and a low number of subpodial and stomach papillae.
4F, G); interramal lobes of posterior wall lobate with spiculate surface (Fig.
18): Bursa copulatrix mostly membranous, with sparsely distributed, minute spinules anteriorly; sclerotized rings large, oval, thin-rimmed; posterior wall spinulate posteriorly, with narrow interramal sclerite.
6); lobe of interramal sclerite greatly elongated and paddle-shaped, located at the middle of sclerite (Fig.
3); lateral margin of posterior wall with dorsal lobe of the interramal sclerite (= "K" structure of Slater, 1950) gently curved (Fig.