- basal plate
- (Subclass Branchiura):Spine-studded, plate-like structure on basal segment of each maxilla. (spines: alike, unlike; close together, well-separated; blunt, curved, scale-like, sharp). (Syn. maxillary plate) [Stachowitsch, 1992].
Crustacea glossary. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. 2011.
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basal plate — n an underlying structure: as a) the ventral portion of the neural tube b) the part of the decidua of a placental mammal that is intimately fused with the placenta * * * 1. lamina basalis. 2. the fused parachordal cartilages, precursors of the… … Medical dictionary
Basal plate — In anatomy, basal plate may refer to: * the portion of the neural tube ventral to the sulcus limitans; see Basal plate (neural tube) * the portion of the decidua basalis in the placenta; see Basal plate (placenta) * the fused parachordal… … Wikipedia
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basal plate — noun : an underlying structure: as a. : the ventral portion of the neural tube b. : the part of the decidua of a placental mammal that is intimately fused with the placenta c. : the part of a coral corallium immediately below the polyp … Useful english dictionary
Basal plate (neural tube) — Infobox Embryology Name = Basal plate Latin = Lamina basalis, basal lamina GraySubject = 184 GrayPage = 735 Caption = The basal plate (basal lamina) is separated from the alar plate (alar lamina) by the sulcus limitans (unlabeled). Width = 200… … Wikipedia
Basal plate (placenta) — Infobox Embryology Name = Basal plate Latin = Lamina basalis GraySubject = 12 GrayPage = 63 Caption = Caption2 = System = CarnegieStage = 13 Precursor = GivesRiseTo = MeshName = MeshNumber = DorlandsPre = p 23 DorlandsSuf = 12645521 Changes in… … Wikipedia
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plate — 1. [TA] In anatomy, a thin, relative flat, structure. SYN: lamina [TA]. 2. A metal bar perforated for screws applied to a fractured bone to maintain the ends in apposition. 3. The agar layer within a Petri dish or similar … Medical dictionary