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In biology, aboral surfaces are surfaces away from or opposite the mouth. The term is a compound of the Latin preposition ā, a, abs, meaning from or away from and the noun ōs, ōris n., meaning mouth.
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... the main axis is oral to aboral (from the mouth to the opposite end) ... There is a pair of comb-rows along each aboral edge, and tentilla on the oral edge. ...
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aboral. ... aboral. adj. away from or opposite the mouth (Anatomy, ... 1. opposite to or away from the mouth; "the aboral surface of a starfish" (antonym) oral ...
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more aboral. Superlative. most aboral (zoology) Situated ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/aboral" Categories: English adjectives | Zoology ...
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Exercise from Invertebrate Anatomy OnLine covering the systematics, test ... The aboral ambulacral center of the clypeasteroids is at the approximate center ...
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Exercise from Invertebrate Anatomy OnLine covering the systematics, behavior, ... The aboral-oral axis runs through the center of the disk perpendicular to the ...
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long, often sharp-pointed, spines present on the aboral ... Colobocentrotus have aboral spines that are much reduced in ... reduced oral–aboral height, a ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on oral-aboral axis (anatomy), ...and is termed the oral, or anterior, end, and the other of which, called the aboral, or ...
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aboral - Scientific definition of aboral from A Dictionary of Earth Sciences at Encyclopedia.com ... aboral ... medusoid's convex aboral surface is oriented ...
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It has a hard spiny aboral surface facing upward with an oral surface facing the ... Turn the sea star over on it's aboral side and record the time necessary for the ...
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