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epaxial

(ɪpˈæksɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) situated above the axis of the skeleton
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In most taut-skinned fishes, the body core musculature is made up of segmented and serially arranged, cone-shaped myomeres divided into epaxial and hypaxial muscle groups by a horizontal septum (Liem et al.
After biometric measurements, Approximately 2g of the epaxial muscle on the dorsal surface of the fish from each sample were dissected washed with distilled water, dried in filter paper, weighed, packed in polyethylene bags and kept at -20C until analysis.
Seven full articles and five expanded abstracts consider such topics as medicinal plants for animals--a current therapeutic option with long tradition, equine immunology and phytogenic drugs, novel approaches to preventing injury and monitoring tendons and ligaments by ultrasound tissue characterization, dimethylglycine supplementation in horses performing incremental treadmill exercise, gymnastic training and dynamic mobilization work to improve a horse's stride and epaxial musculature quality, and the effect of aleurone supplementation on postprandial glucose and insulin response in horses.
A sintese da musculatura epaxial e da pele foi realizada utilizando o mesmo padrao de sutura e o tipo de fio anteriormente descrito para os grupos GCS, GCP e GCM.
Fish collected by gill net, and epibenthic and modified epibenthic sleds were processed in the field to remove approximately 10 g of dorsal epaxial white muscle tissue.
Comparison of muscle spindle concentrations in large and small human epaxial muscles acting in parallel combinations.
grunniens exhibit a robust pharyngeal jaw apparatus and hypertrophied epaxial musculature that contribute to the externally arched anterior profile observed in adults.
En la region lumbar, en la mayoria de los filotinos los procesos espinosos son altos, anchos e inclinados anteriormente incrementando la ventaja mecanica de la musculatura epaxial y la fuerza de extension de la columna vertebral, importante en la locomocion cuadrupedal (Slijper, 1946; Shapiro, 2005).
For analysis, 2-5 g of epaxial muscle from the dorsal surface, whole liver and four gill racers from each fish dissected were collected, weighed and dried at 70 oC for 24-48 h until they reached a constant weight.
curacao larvae described by Baldwin & Smith (2003: 646, Figs 1, 17A), including the presence of approximately five large melanophores on the ventral midline along the posterior portion of the trunk, one large melanophore around the anus, six large melanophores along the dorsal midline and internal melanophores along the myosepta of the epaxial and hypaxial musculature.