postorbital


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post·or·bi·tal

 (pōst-ôr′bĭ-tl)
adj.
Situated behind the socket of the eye: a postorbital bone.

postorbital

(pəʊstˈɔːbɪtəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated behind the eye or the eye socket
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5 cm) that extended laterally along the ventrolateral bony orbit and caudal to the globe, replacing the retro-orbital tissue and filling the infraorbital and postorbital diverticula of the right infraorbital sinus (2 X 1.
1)--carapace length (CL); postorbital carapace length (POCL) [from the anterior margin of postorbilal spine to the posterior margin of the carapace]; carapace width (CW); carapace depth (CD) [distance from the sternum to the dorsal surface]; chelae length (ChL); chelae width (ChW); chelae depth (ChD) [vertical measure from the dorsal to ventral margins of the chelae at the thickest depth]; and abdomen width (ABW).
The adductor muscle scars in the temporal fossa are exceptionally extensive and deep and especially notable is the huge zygomatic process, which extends ventrally to the level of the quadratojugal bar and is situated so far anteriorly as almost to abut the postorbital process.
2): body pale yellow with scattered dark orange dots, progressively more numerous posteriorly; an irregular orangish brown streak midlater-ally on posterior half of body, breaking into a series of indistinct spots posteriorly; postorbital head pale yellow, except most of opercle and ventral part of head below preopercle and a gray patch dorsopos-terior to eye; snout and lips light gray; iris dark bluish gray; median and pelvic fins pale gray; pectoral fins translucent.
Beginning the second week, CL was measured as the distance from the postorbital margin to the posterior carapace margin using a stereomicroscope at 10x magnification (Olympus Model SZH; Olympus Corp.
The postorbital plate (PtO) in front of the M plate is small and the infraorbital sensory line is situated at its lateral margin.
9), interorbital constriction (67), postorbital constriction (44.
Dorsum granulated, skin of flank and lower back bearing large flat warts, limbs with some low granules; skin of venter coarsely areolate; discoidal folds absent; dorsolateral and postorbital folds absent; cloacal region with some scattered warts; 3-4 ulnar tubercles present, poorly defined.
The following characters met the assumptions required for ANCOVA: head length, snout length, orbit length, interorbital width, postorbital length, upper jaw length, body depth 1, body depth 2, body width, caudal peduncle depth, upper peduncle length, pectoral-fin length, pelvic-fin length, dorsal-fin base length, spinous dorsal-fin base length, soft dorsal-fin base length, preanal length, predorsal length, prepelvic length, pelvic-to-anal-fin length, 2nd dorsal-fin spine length, 3rd dorsal-fin spine length, and gill taker length.
Frontal (Fr): the frontal bones are joined medially along their entire length, articulating rostrally with the prefrontal bones, caudally with the parietal bones and caudolaterally with the postorbital bones.
Twenty microliter blood was drawn from the postorbital artery in the 2nd and 10th min after injection, respectively.