submarginal


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sub·mar·gin·al

 (sŭb-mär′jə-nəl)
adj.
1. Near the margin of a body, organ, or part: submarginal tentacles.
2. Of low productivity; infertile.

submarginal

(sʌbˈmɑːdʒɪnəl)
adj
1. below the minimum requirements
2. (Biology) situated close to the margin of an organ or part
3. (Agriculture) (of land) infertile and unprofitable for cultivation
subˈmarginally adv
Translations
submarginal

submarginal

adj (Agr) landnicht (mehr) rentabel
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Ventral setae (vset) slender, straight or slightly bent, short, sparse on a submarginal band; with 2 pairs of long interantennal setae and 3 pairs of long prevulvar setae.
One specimen in Stage 32 (UMMZ 239959) lacks rows of submarginal papillae between A-1 and marginal papillae, P-1, P-2, and P-3 equal in length, P-4 is not intermittent, teeth similar in all rows but slightly smaller in P-4, upper jaw sheath finely serrated and wider in the middle, and lower jaw sheath long, thin, not U-shaped.
ssp las manchas son de color gris claras, en el APD presenta nervaduras gruesas que separan las manchas grises entre la zona postbasal y submarginal.
In 1966, Grupe modified the lateral pedicle technique using submarginal incision at the donor site so that no denuded osseous surfaces would be created.
Perianto hirsuto por fuera; limbo de 1-2 cm de ancho, usualmente con dos hileras de fimbrias simples a lo largo de la zona marginal y submarginal de la superficie adaxial.
And submarginal producers, who were incapable of earning a profit at the lower price, enter the industry (or do not leave it).
Endoscopic visualization of the submarginal gingiva dental sulcus and tooth root surfaces.
4a); tarsal claws with 4-10 marginal denticles and 1-2 submarginal denticles in a double row (Figs.
6x as long as wide, faintly infuscated, with fine and dense microtrichia; submarginal vein light brown, one-third as long as wing; marginal cilia 0.

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