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genal

(ˈdʒiːnəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy of or relating to the cheek or cheeks
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They found that a cluster of four cornulitid tubes was attached to a crushed fragment of an Isotelus cephalon and genal spine.
In genal elections 2013, he said, commitments were made for development of rural areas and these pledges were being fulfilled by PML-N government.
spondiadis differ from all the described North and most South American species in the lack of genal processes.
The mystacial vibrissae are short, not extending posteriorly much beyond the base of the pinnae; genal vibrissae are present.
Setae below and behind strong postocular row pale whitish or yellow and usually weak, except a few stronger setae can be found near the posteroventral corner of the eye; genal dilation and parafacial mostly tan to orange, with vestiture reddish to light brown; polished area larger on abdomen with rear half to one-third of T4, and all of T5 polished; male frons narrow, less than the width of fifth flagellomere, 0.
Wen, "Robust CVaR-based portfolio optimization under a genal affine data perturbation uncertainty set," Journal of Computational Analysis & Applications, vol.
Contract awarded for Refurbihsment works including new kitchens and bathrooms along with external painting and genal repairs of 3 properties located in Esperance.
These sex-related morphological differences have only been documented for species of Richardia Robineau-Desvoidy, especially those with antler-like genal process (Enderlein 1912; Wendt and Ale-Rocha, in press) and stalked-eyes, and for species of Megalothoraca Hendel and Batrachophthamum (Carvalho et al.
En el ano 1725, dos ingenieros alemanes con conocimientos de la tecnologia necesaria para fabricar hoja de lata, pidieron autorizacion a la Real Junta de Gobierno para poder fabricarla en el malagueno valle del Genal.
21x as deep as eye height, proportionately wider in large specimens; short genal setae arranged in single row but more abundant on aristal angle.