spine row
(Order Isopoda):
Spinose lobe on the mandible, between the molar and incisor processes [Wetzer et al. 1997].
()
Nomenclature of isopod cephalon (A). Examples of isopod mouth appendages: Idoteidae (B, C, F, H); Cirolanidae (D, E, G, I). [Wetzer et al. 1997]

Crustacea glossary. . 2011.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • mandibular spine row — A row of spine on the medial side of the mandible s incisor process. The lacinia mobilis on the left mandible is actually an enlarged member of the spine row [Wilson, 1989]. (Order Tanaidacea): In mandible, row of spine like projections between… …   Crustacea glossary

  • spine — [ spaın ] noun ** 1. ) count the row of bones down the middle of your back: BACKBONE, SPINAL COLUMN 2. ) count the edge of a book where all the pages are attached 3. ) count a sharp point on a plant or animal 4. ) uncount INFORMAL courage:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • spine — [spaın] n ↑backbone, ↑breastbone, ↑collarbone, ↑kneecap, ↑pelvis, ↑skull, ↑spine, ↑rib [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: spina] 1.) the row of bones down the centre of your b …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • spine */*/ — UK [spaɪn] / US noun Word forms spine : singular spine plural spines 1) [countable] medical the row of bones down or along the middle of a human s or animal s back 2) [countable] the edge of a book where all the pages are fixed together 3)… …   English dictionary

  • Row (weight-lifting) — In strength training, rowing (or a row, usually preceded by a qualifying adjective mdash; for instance a seated row ) is a form of muscular resistance training exercise that shares many characteristics of rowing a boat without involving water or… …   Wikipedia

  • spine — [[t]spa͟ɪn[/t]] spines 1) N COUNT Your spine is the row of bones down your back. 2) N COUNT The spine of a book is the narrow stiff part which the pages and covers are attached to. 3) N COUNT Spines are also long, sharp points on an animal s body …   English dictionary

  • spine — noun (C) 1 the row of bones down the centre of your back that supports your body and protects your spinal cord 2 a stiff sharp point on an animal or plant: cactus spines 3 the part of a book that the pages are fastened onto …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • spine — [spaɪn] noun [C] 1) the row of bones down the middle of your back Syn: backbone 2) the edge of a book where all the pages are fixed together 3) a sharp point on a plant or animal …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • setal row — Row of regularly spaced plumose setae, attached in pits on carapace and some limbs (Thalassinidea) [Poore, 2004]. (Order Cumacea): In mandible, row of spine like projections between molar process and lacinia mobilis (or between molar and incisor… …   Crustacea glossary

  • Bent-over row — A bent over row (or barbell row) is a weight training exercise that targets a variety of back muscles. Which ones are targeted varies on form. The bent over row is often used for both bodybuilding and powerlifting. It is a good exercise for… …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”