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- Dorsal is the opposite side, closer to the top of the head.
- Dorsal is up; medial is to the right.
- The dorsal is an undersea rising 2 to 3 km above the abyssal plain, is periodically interrupted by transform faults.
- Features: Stocky, mostly black whale with no dorsal fin and rough white patches on head.
- The dorsal area from the fin backward is also black, and a black patch is located on the undersides, linking the flippers, which are also dark.
- The dorsal side of the Harbor Porpoise is dark in color, often deep brown or grey.
- The back and upper portions of the body are dark, cobalt blue in color, including the first dorsal fin.
- There are two blazes of white colour running back on the body from the dorsal fin to the tail.
- Field ID: Robust body, abrupt forehead, single blowhole, grey in colour, lighter under-side (belly), tall dorsal fin, white scratches and scars.
- The two Indo-Pacific subspecies differ in colour, and the size of their dorsal fin.
- Each group shows a tendency to develop spiny fin rays in the dorsal and anal fins (reduced in some) and a shelf of bone under the eye.
- They will often have a dark spot about the size of their eye on their upper body toward the end of the dorsal fin.
- The first runs along the base of the dorsal fin; the second runs from the snout, through the eye, and to the caudal fin; the third runs near the belly.
- When the shark is near the surface, the dorsal fin and part of the tail are visible above the water.
- The shape of the head and the poition of the dorsal (which is clearly visible on blowing) distinguish the Sei Whale from other rorquals.
- Also, whilst feeding, the back and dorsal fin are usually visible for a longer period compared with other rorquals.
- However, the two halves of the brachiopod are dorsal and ventral to the animal, rather than lateral as in clams.
- Dorsolateral: Relating to both the upper (dorsal) surface of an animal and sides.
- The dorsal fin is falcate (crescent-shaped) and located about three-quarters of the way along the back of the animal.
- The flukes (lobes of the tail) and dorsal fin are formed of dense connective tissue and don't contain bones or muscle.
- The skulls of gray whales differ from those of rorquals in that the telescoping of the bones that make up the dorsal surface is not as extreme.
- The bones are connected by dorsal, plantar, and interosseous ligaments.
- They also have two dark spots on the base of their tail behind the dorsal fin but the lip spots make it a very easy fish to identify.
- The single dorsal fin is located on the back of the fish and serves to help balance the fish while swimming.
- A dorsal fin is the fin that is on the top of a fish like a shark.
- Features: Mostly black with long white flippers, bumps on head and distinctive, variably sized dorsal fin.
- Combined with the legs it could be about 1 inch or longer in diameter.The dorsal has a dark brown violin shaped marking, very distinctive.
- The distinctive, dark brown or black violin, from which the spider receives its name, is situated on the dorsal aspect of the oval cephalothorax.
- The body is dark gray or black on the back and white below, with gray shading extending up each side under, and in front of, the dorsal fin.
- Their bodies are dark gray to black with a light patch behind their dorsal fin, and a white patch on their throat that resembles an anchor.
- The body is black on the dorsal (upper) side, and mottled black and white on the ventral (under) side.
- This crest gives attachment to the interosseous membrane, and separates the volar from the dorsal surface.
- The dorsal and volar surfaces are rough, for the attachment of ligaments, the former being the broader, and of a somewhat rounded form.
- The primary purpose of the sphenoid spine appears to be the attachment of the dorsal end of the sphenomandibular ligament.
- The very tall dorsal fin is characteristic of this species.
- The size, shape and position of the dorsal fin varies from one species to another.
- Both species, like other rorquals (whales with a dorsal fin and long throat grooves on the lower side of their bodies) are slim and streamlined.
- Furthermore, this interaction was specific for the ventral, as opposed to the dorsal, side of the embryo (Fig.
- Fig. 9. The brain of the dogfish, Squalus acanthias, with the ventricles opened, dorsal view.
- In diabetic animals, there was an observable loss of AP reaction product in lamina I and II of the dorsal horn (Fig.
- Many publications refer to the violin marking on the dorsal (top) surface of the cephalothorax (head region) as the most important diagnostic feature.
- The dorsal (or top) side of these whales is a dark brown-black which shades gradually to a grayish-white on the belly's ventral flanks.
- The top layer, from the forehead, along the back to the dorsal fin and down to the top of the tail stock is a dark grey.
- Bottlenose Dolphins are grey, varying from dark grey at the top near the dorsal fin to very light grey and almost white at the underside.
- It has a bulbous forehead and is jet black or dark grey with grey or white markings on throat and belly and sometimes behind dorsal fin and eye.
- The Bottle nosed Dolphin is grey, varying from dark gray at the top near the dorsal fin to very light grey and almost white at the underside.
- There is a grey "saddle" just behind the dorsal fin, a white patch behind the eye and a white or greyish intrusion on the side above the genital region.
- Minke whales are black on top with a tall hooked dorsal fin and small side flippers that have a white patch on them.
- There is a further white patch below the dorsal fin, lying above a light grey stripe that runs from the beak, above the eye and down to the tail stock.
- It also contains relay nuclei of the dorsal columns of the spinal cord, fibers of which cross to contralateral side to give rise to medial lemniscus.
- However, in the dorsal, non-visual section, of the claustrum, the fibers ran consistently in long lengths along the dorsal-ventral direction.
- As shown in Figure 8, fibers coursed rostrally and crossed the frontotemporal junction just dorsal to the UF (Fig.
- G. Dorsal Root (Sensory) 8 - [ 18] Neurons with specific functions can be localized in the gray matter.
- Sensory neuron - These neurons arise from neural crest cells which then collect lateral to the spinal cord within dorsal root ganglia.
- The low voltage electrical stimulation is applied to the spinal cord to create a current field that activates neurons in the dorsal column.
- In juveniles and females the second dorsal and the anal fins are rounded, while in adult males they are elongated and pointed to separations at the tips.
- Appearance As its name suggests, the tips of the shark's pectoral fin and dorsal fin are black, with a white underside.
- This giant animal, the Blue Whale is placid and shy and has a few barnacles that attach themselves to the fluke, the tips of the flippers and dorsal fin.
- The first dorsal fin is very tall with a pointed tip and strongly falcate in shape while the second dorsal is also high with a strongly concave rear margin.
- The dorsal fin is generally falcate with a pointed tip, but it may be quite variable in its shape (Fig.
- The prominent dorsal fin may be triangular or falcate, and the flippers taper to a pointed tip.
- The projectiles penetrated the head and dorsal surface of the skull, but not the base of the cranium.
- Fin Whale is a relatively slender, streamlined species with a pointed head and a prominent dorsal fin positioned three-quarters of the way along the back.
- The single dorsal fin extends from the head all the way to the tail.
- The lower quadrant representation on the dorsal side of the map is called V2d (dorsal).
- The sides of the groove are neural folds that fuse on the dorsal side to form a neural tube.
- In reality, snails and slugs have all their viscera, including their stomach, in a hump on the opposite, dorsal side of the body.
- Fate of the spinal nerve Soon after their formation, from the each of the spinal nerves, a dorsal and a ventral ramus emerge.
- Gray matter The formation of the spinal nerve from the dorsal and ventral roots.
- The formation of the spinal nerve from the dorsal and ventral roots.
- The dorsal root ganglia develops in the embryo from neural crest cells, not neural tube.
- It forms on the dorsal side of the embryo as the neural tube.
- In the upper view, the embryo is cut sagittally through the midline; the lower view looks down upon the dorsal surface of the embryo.
- Unlike other male salamandrids, which exhibit dorsal, Kingsbury's, pelvic, and ventral glands, the cloaca of male C. lusitanica lacks dorsal glands.
- Their dorsal fins vary in shape depending on how old the whale is and whether it is male or female.
- Dorsal fin collapse This male (Tilikum), at SeaWorld Orlando, has a collapsed dorsal fin.
- If the males spread their dorsal fin in display, in this species it forms a trapezoid with the posterior edge being shortest.
- The dorsal fin is very large, jutting upwards in males whilst the females curves backwards and is smaller; they can grow up to 9.4 metres in length.
- In males the dorsal fin may be up to 1.8 m tall, but is considerably shorter in females.
- Back at the dorsal surface of the brainstem, and more lateral are the special somatic afferents, this handles sensation such as balance.
- The dorsal surface is convex from side to side, and rough for the attachment of ligaments.
- The dorsal surface is rough for the attachment of ligaments.
- These whales have an erect, curved, pointed, "falcate" dorsal fin located far down its back and broad flukes.
- Its flippers are small and pointed at the tips, and its dorsal fin is curved and nearly pointed, and is located in the middle of the back.
- Most have dorsal fins, which are usually curved (falcate), but much variation exists.
- For example, the size of the vertebrae in cervical region is smaller than in dorsal but the arches are bigger.
- The second dorsal fin is almost an inverted mirror image in size and shape to the anal fin.
- They have a stout body with two large dorsal fins that are almost equal in size and the first dorsal fin is far back on the body.
- The sei whale has a tall, falcate (curved) dorsal (top) fin.
- FINS AND FLUKES The dorsal fin is tall, falcate (curved) and located near the middle of the back.
- They have a tall, falcate (sickle-shaped) dorsal fin and broad, slightly pointed flippers.
- Irregular spots on back, sides, head, dorsal fin and tail.
- The back and sides are predominantly light grey, while the dorsal fin, flippers and flukes are black.
- The back is dark gray-to-black from the top of the head to the tail dipping to a V on the sides below the dorsal fin.
- Its dorsal fin is variable in shape, from almost flat to tall and triangular.
- The dorsal fin (the fin on the back of the animal) in porpoises is also triangular, looking more like a shark.
- Dorsal fin nearly triangular to distinctly falcate, usually black with lighter grayish region of varying size near middle, tip pointed.
- In rats, it is located along and dorsal to the rhinal sulcus.
- The responses were obtained only from the dorsal bank of the rhinal sulcus.
- Dorsal mesoderm is itself subdivided into posterior and anterior domains in vivo, but this had not been demonstrated for induced mesoderm.
- Next, the formation of the dorsal mesoderm, (notochord and paraxial mesodermal cords) occurs.
- At 2 hours, control embryos reached Stage 11, marked by formation of a fully circular blastopore ring and initial involution of dorsal mesoderm (Fig.
- Maternal cytoplasmic components are crucial for formation of at least some part of ventral and dorsal mesoderm (44, 45).
- The dorsal telencephalon, or pallium, develops into the cerebral cortex, and the ventral telencephalon, or subpallium, becomes the basal ganglia.
- At HH20, Drapc1 is strongly expressed in the ZLI, at the MHB and along the dorsal midline of the diencephalon and pallium (Figure 6M).
- They get their name “Humpback” from a small hump on their back located just in front of their small dorsal fin.
- The shape and color pattern on the humpback s dorsal fin and fluke tail are different for each whale so it is similar to fingerprints of human.
- No that is a humpback as its dorsal fin is visible when it surfaces.
- The pectoral, dorsal, and anal fins are long and scythe-like - longer than the Atlantic Pomfret.
- Similar Fish: white marlin, Tetrapterus albidus (white has rounded tip of pectoral and anal fins, and spots on the dorsal fin).
- The dorsal fin is tipped, the pectoral is yellowish and the caudal fin and iris of the eye are vermilion.
- Raos V, Franchi G, Gallese V, Fogassi L. Somatotopic organization of the lateral part of area F2 (dorsal premotor cortex) of the macaque monkey.
- Area 6 is composed of ventral and dorsal premotor cortex (PMv and PMd) on the lateral surface, and supplementary motor cortex (SMA) on the medial surface.
- We suggest that the activation in the dorsal premotor cortex may correspond with dorsal premotor area (PMd) as described in the macaque brain.
- Moreover, post-hoc analysis showed that TMS significantly decreased reaction times in a specific point of the dorsal premotor cortex (point h in Fig.
- They are mostly black on the dorsal surface, fins, flanks, and flippers, with lighter coloring on the ventral surface.
- The short-finned pilot whale is predominantly black on the dorsal surface and flanks, with faint white throat and genital patches on the ventral surface.
- Killer whales are counter-shaded; they are dark on their dorsal surface and white on their ventral surface.
- The cerebellum is located in the inferior posterior portion of the head (the hindbrain), directly dorsal to the pons, and inferior to the occipital lobe.
- It ascends a little way on the dorsal aspect of the pons.
- These mesodermal cells that migrate along the dorsal midline give rise to a structure called the notochord.
- The unpaired third, or pineal, eye is on the dorsal midline immediately posterior to the nostril but is not discernable.
- During neurulation, the borders of the neural plate, also known as the neural folds, converge at the dorsal midline to form the neural tube.
- The notochord; dorsal, hollow nerve cord; numerous gill slits; and post-anal tail all persist in the adult stage.
- The dorsal nerve cord is one of the embryonic features unique to chordates, along with a notochord, a post-anal tail and pharyngeal slits.
- C. Notochord - forms from mesoderm along dorsal surface of archenteron.
- The ridge continues along the spine to the small dorsal fin located three-quarters of the way down the back.
- This deep water shark has a spine in front of its first dorsal fin but not in front of the second dorsal fin (this is unique among sharks).
- The dorsal fin is set about two-thirds of the way down the spine and is typically short and shaped like an equilateral triangle.
- They are silvery colored fish that have a single dorsal fin, which is soft, without spines.
- There are 3 spines in the anal fin, and 9 to 11 spines in the dorsal fin.
- The positioning of these spines indicates that they functioned to cut water in front of the dorsal fin, making swimming easier and faster.
- Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Humans > Spinal Cord
* Anal Fin
* Anal Fins
* Caudal Fin
* Dark Grey
* Dorsal Fin
* Dorsal Horn
* Dorsal Hump
* Dorsal Neural Tube
* Dorsal Root
* Dorsal Roots
* Dorsal Side
* Dorsal Surface
* Dorsal Thalamus
* Neural Tube
* Pectoral Fins
* Spinal Cord
* Tail Fin
* Tail Fins
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