gastral


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gastral

(ˈɡæstrəl)
adj
(Medicine) of or relating to the stomach
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Ovipositor occupying 0.5 to 0.7x length of gaster, exserted markedly beyond gastral apex (by 0.22 to 0.3x own total length); ovipositor length:metatibia length ratio 1.2 to 1.3.
4 adet gonad, gastral boslugun tavaninda torba seklinde sarkar ve bu tur genelde sonbahar aylarinda urer.
Leptofoenus is characterized by presenting the eighth gastral tergum reduced, pronotal lateral surfaces with finely striate regions and the length of basitarsus of all legs twice as long as second tarsomere (Engel, 2009).
They are identified in the field by their low agility, formation of small colonies, reduced size and a constriction between the first and second gastral segments.
In two further examinations, diffuse gastral erosions in one patient and an erythematous anastomosis following gastrectomy were recorded, without initial bleeding signs.
The ventral or gastral osteoderms form a dermal armour as a mosaic of polygonal osteoderms attached to each other and with circular pits in a flat or very gently convex ventral surface.
(2) All detained ants were collected, carried together to a nearby field caravan, and promptly marked with single mesosomal or gastral paint spots of a single color (using diluted Tipp-Ex typists correction fluid) applied with a fine artists brush under a low-power stereomicroscope.
It can be separated from other species of the genus due to distinct characters like apical half of second gastral tergite and whole of the remaining tergites black; in female, clypeus and lower half of frons red (Srinivasan and Kumar, 2010).
Gastral antral biopsy in the differentiation of pediatric colitides.
Three glorious weeks of tepid, compacted fecal material inside his colonic, gastral area.