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sub·ap·i·cal

 (sŭb-ăp′ĭ-kəl, -ā′pĭ-)
adj.
Located below or near an apex.

sub·ap′i·cal·ly adv.
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subapical

(sʌbˈæpɪkəl)
adj
below an apex
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sub•ap•i•cal

(sʌbˈæp ɪ kəl, -ˈeɪ pɪ-)

adj.
located below the apex.
[1840–50]
sub•ap′i•cal•ly, adv.
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Fore vein with a short subapical gap followed by 2 distal setae, hind vein complete row of setae (Fig.
Male genitalia: Pygofer with a digit-like process between anal tube and subgenital plates (Figure 14); subgenital plates long with a slender apex, basal portion of dorsal margin rounded (Figure 15); parameres with one subapical spines, quadrangular and truncated, directed downward, dorsal margin rounded (Figure 16); aedeagus long as slender with a pair of flattened hook-like dorsal process inserted on the median portion of the shaft (Figures 17-18).
For the analysis of plant material, samples were obtained as the abovementioned protocol; however, focusing on the areas of greater interest to identify diagnostic traits, such as middle third leaf blade, sheath and, or petiole and apical and subapical regions of branches and axes of stems.
Femur with a subapical mesal setiferous tubercle and one row of four ventral setiferous tubercles.
1) length 5.0 mm, width 1.4-1.5 mm; integument brown-yellow (testaceous to brunneotestaceous), with infuscate head; pronotum with variable infuscate markings: median vitta, transverse anterior margin, lateral maculae posterior of midlength to mostly infuscate with hind angles testaceous; elytra variably colored brunneous to light infuscate entirely or with subapical transverse band between testaceous midlength and subapical streaks or maculae.
The total mandibular subapical alveolar osteotomy (TMAO) was developed by MacIntosh in 1974 [4], mainly for the correction of anterior open bite.
1) Labrum, dorsally with a pair of subapical setae near midline and 2-3 setae near lateral margin; 2) segment II of labial palpi with a strong rounded distomedial blunt projection; 3) coxal gills absent; 4) tarsal claws with 34-39 denticles; 5)abdominal gills whitish; 8) terminal filament subequal in length to cerci (Dominguez et al.
12,13) Sensillum styloconicum 2, apex, bulbous base with pointed end, smooth Sensillum chaeticum 2, subapical segment, pointed tooth like Sensory organ Chilo partellus (shoot borer) Antenna (Fig.
Moreover, the subapical segment can be drawn back into the basal segment [6].
The average number of chloroplasts in subapical cells of CP-AnaPBP transformant line #28 was 10.3 [+ or -] 3.2 compared to 1.7 [+ or -] 0.9 in [DELTA]PpPbp and 47.0 [+ or -] 7.9 in wild-type plants (n = 50), suggesting partial recovery of the wild-type phenotype (Fig.