Also found in:DictionaryThesaurusLegalEncyclopediaWikipedia.imbri-kt, imbri-k-tdOverlapping; usually refers to a surgical repair in which one edge is sutured over the other (rather than edge to edge), or in which a flat structure (for example, fascia) is repaired with parallel suture lines, corset-like, to tighten it.to build a surface with overlapping layers of material. Surgeons may imbricate with layers of tissue when closing a wound or other opening in a body part.(of plant parts) overlapping at their edges like roof tiles, when in bud.
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McCarthy (1987) proposed that the relatively simple scale microornamentation in sea snakes (Laticauda colubrina: brachylamellate basally, cellular polygonal
apically; McCarthy 1987, Price and Kelly, 1989) when compared to the relatively more complex microornamentation of terrestrial elapids was perhaps connected with an anti-fouling strategy.
Surface morphology of dorsal scales of red cornsnakes (Pantherophis guttatus) and gray ratsnakes (Pantherophis spiloides) from Middle Tennessee
Its deformation is concentrated along the southern margin within an
thrust system, thrusting the northern El Bierzo depression (Figs.
Geometry, structures and evolution of the western termination of the Alpine-Pyrenean Orogen reliefs (NW Iberian Peninsula)/Geometria, estructuras y evolucion de la terminacion occidental de los relieves del Orogeno Alpino-Pirenaico (NO Peninsula Iberica)
verapaz (vide supra) but is slightly smaller and differs by the following features: mesoscutal punctures of central disc shallow but distinct and separated on otherwise strongly
integument by a puncture width or less; coarse punctures of mesepisternum blend into strong dorsoventral striae (instead of areolate in L.
The Augochlora-like Dialictus from Guatemala and Southern Mexico (Hymenoptera: Halictidae)
The scale pattern of the cuticle in human hairs is routinely
Microscopy of hair Part II: a practical guide and manual for animal hairs
3 million ounces) that is hosted in complex
shears with quartz veins in meta-sedimentary rocks, provide target analogues for exploration at Ester Dome.
Drilling Begins on Mirandas Ester Dome Project, Alaska
fan system with numerous imbrications of Silurian black shales and Siluro-Devonian limestones (Figs.
Variscan and Alpine structure of the hills of Barcelona: Geology in an urban area/Estructura herciniana y alpina de las colinas de Barcelona: geologia en una zona urbana
5-2 cm wide, elliptic, attenuate and with a recurved apex, with hyaline margins, the lower ones
, the upper ones exposing the peduncle, erect, slightly lepidote, nerved; Inflorescence: primary bracts ca.
Three new species of Racinaea (Tillandsioideae: Bromeliaceae) from Ecuador
Face with dense small punctures (punctures largely contiguous), such punctures becoming weaker and blending to granular integument in malar space and on vertex, and strongly
integument on gena (with some weak rugae) and postgena; clypeus and supraclypeal area strongly
Una especie nueva de Chlerogas de los Andes del centro de Colombia (Hymenoptera: Halictidae)
1 cm in diameter, scape bracts polystichous,
, rose-coloured, the lower foliaceous, the blades similar to the leaves, the upper bladeless or with much reduced blades, linear-subulate, the sheaths ovate, to 5 cm long and 3 cm wide, concealing the scape; spike erect, narrowly elliptic to oblong, 18-25 cm long, 3.
Tillandsia magnispica (Bromeliaceae: tillandsioideae), a new species from Oaxaca, Mexico
Neuburger often sidelines (or uses only as a background) the individual human stories of her protagonists in an attempt to
post-colonial and feminist theories to Muslim narratives.
The Orient Within: Muslim Minorities and the Negotiation of Nationhood in Modern Bulgaria
Trunk: Dorsal scalation consists of approximately 2-6 rows of keeled,
mid-dorsal scales that are larger than nuchal scales (2-3 rows); mid-dorsal scales grade smoothly to conical, granular flank scales as in holotype; flank scales in most specimens are juxtaposed (not given, but reexamination showed juxtaposed to slightly
); ventral scales larger than mid-dorsal and flank scales, smooth, and can be juxtaposed or
Morphological variation in the tropical anole, Anolis casildae (Squamata: Polychrotidae)
3 million ounces) that is hosted in complex
shears with quartz veins in metasediments, provide target analogues for exploration at Ester Dome.
Miranda Gold and Agnico-Eagle USA Sign Exploration Agreement for Ester Dome Project
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