interparietal


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interparietal

(ˌɪntəpəˈraɪətəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated between the two parietal bones of the skull
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Los huesos etmoidales, aparato hioideo e interparietal, con partes similitudes en su arquitectura en relacion a pequenos rumiantes domesticos.
Caption: Figure 1--Graphic dispersion of the first two principal components of 130 clones of the botanical varieties Conilon and Robusta and their interparietal hybrids identified by the letters C, R, and H, respectively.
However, we determined that there were 4 parietal scales and an interparietal scale, which lacked algal cover and were a red-brown color with lighter cream to yellow margins (Fig.
Along the PC1 axis (accounting for 23.36% of the variation), the most notable changes were a difference at the relative position of the frontoparietal, parietal and interparietal, and occipital-parietal-temporal sutures (LM 4-7), i.e.
El interparietal es de forma variable: en forma de banda, pentagonal o en "V" alargado en los extremos.
Extends the interparietal sulcus and descends slightly posteriorly.
Ambos ejemplares presentan cuatro escamas supraoculares; frontoparietales separadas por contacto de la interparietal y la frontal y dos escamas cantales, caracteristicas diagnosticas de este taxon (Smith 1939).
The part of the bone above the highest nuchal line is known to ossify in membrane and may not fuse with the rest of the part even in adulthood, creating the interparietal bone.
Neck muscles were then excised, the skull exposed, and the manipulator repositioned to the same coordinates after drilling a hole in the interparietal bone, allowing entry of the inclined cannula.