ponticulus
(Class Ostracoda):
Type of valve sculpture: ridge (carina) modified in being perforated by a series of openings (fenestrae). (disconnected) [Stachowitsch, 1992].

Crustacea glossary. . 2011.

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  • PONTICULUS — structura supra tumulum demortui, in ponticuli speciem. Lex Sal. tit. 57. §. 3. Si quis aristatonem, h. e. staplum super mortuum missum capulaverit, aut mandualem, quod est structura, sive selave, qui est ponticulus, sic ut more antiquorum… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Ponticulus — Infobox Anatomy Name = PAGENAME Latin = p. auriculae GraySubject = 229 GrayPage = 1034 Caption = Cranial surface of cartilage of right auricula. (Ponticulus visible at center right.) Caption2 = System = Precursor = MeshName = MeshNumber =… …   Wikipedia

  • ponticulus — noun a ridge of cartilage on the eminentia conchae of the ear …   Wiktionary

  • ponticulus — A vertical ridge on the eminentia conchae giving insertion to the auricularis posterior muscle. [L. dim. of pons, bridge] p. hepatis SYN: pons hepatis. p. nasi bridge of the nose. p. promontorii SYN: subiculum promontorii. * * * pon·tic·u·lus… …   Medical dictionary

  • ponticulus — pon·tic·u·lus …   English syllables

  • ponticulus — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ponticulus (disambiguation) — Ponticulus could refer to:* Ponticulus, Anatomy * Lasiopogon ponticulus, Plant * Arcuate foramen, Anatomic Variant …   Wikipedia

  • Ponticulus endothelialis — endotelinis tiltelis statusas T sritis limfinė sistema ir blužnis atitikmenys: lot. Ponticulus endothelialis ryšiai: platesnis terminas – pirminis limfinis antis …   Paukščių anatomijos terminai

  • Ponticulus endothelialis — endotelinis tiltelis statusas T sritis limfinė sistema ir blužnis atitikmenys: lot. Ponticulus endothelialis ryšiai: platesnis terminas – skaidulinio tipo limfagyslė …   Paukščių anatomijos terminai

  • ponticulus auriculae — a ridge of bone running posteriorly from the vestibular fenestra, delineating the superior margin of the tympanic sinus and providing the site of attachment of the posterior auricular muscle …   Medical dictionary

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