Definition of Somatopleures

1. Noun. (plural of somatopleure) ¹



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Definition of Somatopleures

1. somatopleure [n] - See also: somatopleure

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Somatopleures

somatome
somatomedin
somatomedins
somatometric
somatometry
somatomotor
somatopagus
somatopathic
somatopathy
somatophrenia
somatophylakes
somatophylax
somatoplasm
somatopleural
somatopleure
somatopleures (current term)
somatopleuric
somatoprosthetics
somatopsychic
somatopsychosis
somatoscopy
somatosensation
somatosense
somatosensory
somatosensory cortex
somatosensory evoked potential
somatosensory system
somatostatin
somatostatin-28 convertase

Literary usage of Somatopleures

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1. The Human Body: An Account of Its Structure and Activities and the by Henry Newell Martin (1881)
"Its narrow proximal portion forms the umbilical cord, around which the somatopleures, incurving to inclose the belly, meet at the navel some time before ..."

2. The Human Body: An Account of Its Structure and Activities and the by Henry Newell Martin (1881)
"It passes out from the Body on the ventral side where the somatopleures have not yet met, and reaching the inside of the uterus, its dist. ..."

3. The Human Body: An Account of Its Structure and Activities and the by Henry Newell Martin (1881)
"It passes out from the Body on the ventral side where the somatopleures have not yet met, and reaching the inside of the uterus ..."

4. A Manual of the Anatomy of Vertebrated Animals by Thomas Henry Huxley (1895)
"The point of the middle line of the abdomen at which the somatopleures eventually unite, is the umbilicus. The part of the blastoderm which lies external to ..."

5. A Manual of the anatomy of vertebrated animals by Thomas Henry Huxley (1881)
"The point of the middle line of the abdomen at which the somatopleures eventually unite, is the umbilicus. The part of the blastoderm which lies external to ..."

6. The Cat: An Introduction to the Study of Backboned Animals, Especially Mammals by St. George Jackson Mivart (1900)
"The renal and sexu-.il organs arise close to the bifurcation of the ventral lamina; into tin- somatopleures and ..."

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