1. opposite to or away from the mouth
    the aboral surface of a starfish
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How To Use aboral In A Sentence

  • In contrast, the ‘primary circlet’ of centrodorsal and primary interradials form more aborally, close to, or embedded in the non-rudiment part of the body wall.
  • However, the expression of these four Hox genes along the oral-aboral axis shows no evidence of cis-collinearity, PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Both of these monocyclic crinoids have very few plates in the aboral cup.
  • Members of the phylum Ctenophora bear some general similarities to cnidarian medusae including a gelatinous mesenchymal layer and a symmetrical organization around an aboral / oral axis.
  • The position of these plates on the non-rudiment side of the larva suggests that ossicles occurring on the aboral surface are extraxial.
  • Plate homologies between the two basic types of aboral cup construction, monocyclic and dicyclic, were not always as had traditionally been assumed.
  • PcaCnox1 has an expression in the larva localised at the aboral pole in both the endoderm and the ectoderm PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • When placed on their aboral side in a finger bowl of fresh, ambient temperature sea water, the tube-feet of the sea star are readily accessible.
  • the aboral surface of a starfish
  • Transcripts are firstly detected in the unfertilised eggs in the whole cytoplasm but they are absent from the area surrounding the nucleus, corresponding to the animal pole and to the future aboral end of the polyp (figure 2A). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
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