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Las mediciones se realizaron usando la vista dorsoventral de la placa radiografica y consideraron los siguientes puntos anatomicos:
Variable Description Mandible: dorsoventral range Within a chewing cycle, maximum distance travelled in the dorsoventral (y) axis by the mandibular marker.
Fellous, "Spatial scale and place field stability in a grid-to-place cell model of the dorsoventral axis of the hippocampus," Hippocampus, vol.
* Variables energeticas: potencia dorsoventral (W/kg); potencia de propulsion o craneo-caudal (W/kg); potencia medio-lateral o actividad lateral (W/kg); la sumatoria de las tres potencias de cada eje o potencia total (W/kg).
xenocrates se dispone mas estilizada y esbelta, con el uncus mas largo y delgado, la constriccion dorsoventral en su base es menos evidente que la especie anterior.
If the neural arch has a central position, the centrum should be appreciably longer, with at least four times the dorsoventral width of the posterior articulation, feature common in diplodocids (see Wilson, 2002; Upchurch et al., 2004; Whitlock, 2011).
5' Diametro dorsoventral de las placas respiratorias de los segmentos abdominales 6[grados] y 7[grados] semejantes a la placa del 5[grados] segmento ...
With well developed five-toed (pentadactyl) limbs, dorsoventral flattening and high agility, P.
These neurones started projecting axons ventrally pioneering the dorsoventral diencephalic tract (DVDT).
Relative warp 2 (P < 0.001, [r.sup.2] = 0.08) describes shearing in the head and opercular region and dorsoventral movement in the posterior dorsal fin.
All fish were radiographed in two projections: dorsoventral and right lateral.
Spiracles of abdominal segments I-VIII similar in size; distance between the two lobes of respiratory plate of spiracles less than dorsoventral diameter of bulla; dorsal surface of segment I-VIII with a single row of short setae per annulet, some long setae interspersed between short setae; dorsum of segment VII with 2 annulets; segments IX and X fused, covered with irregular rows of short setae; spiracular area of abdominal segments I-VIII with 10-15 setae, frequently 11.