Definition of Mesothoracic. Meaning of Mesothoracic. Synonyms of Mesothoracic

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Definition of Mesothoracic

Mesothoracic
Mesothoracic Mes`o*tho*rac"ic, a. (Zo["o]l.) Of or pertaining to the mesothorax.

Meaning of Mesothoracic from wikipedia

- position to the Hemipteran scutellum. In Diptera and Hymenoptera the mesothoracic scutellum is also distinct, but much smaller than the mesoscutum. Glossary...
- blister-like lobes on the metanotum of these insects, just posterior to the mesothoracic scutellum, shaped and positioned in such a way as to latch onto the base...
- the anterior of the two pairs of spiracles opening on the pleura. The mesothoracic (anterior) pair is located between the pro- and mesothorax and the metathoracic...
- "contains one pair of legs, however, the wings are found only on the mesothoracic and metathoracic segments." Reproductive organs, respiratory organs,...
- up in the metathorax, opening laterally through ostioles between the mesothoracic and metathoracic pleura. The Coreidae generally feed on the sap of plants...
- "alates", and wingless morphs are said to be "apterous". The forewing (mesothoracic wing) of the alate in the Aphididae has four to six veins attached to...
- abdominal tergites are green, with no sharply defined dark area on the mesothoracic tegula. The abdomen has yellow patches which are comparatively smaller...
- a phenotype wherein metathoracic and first abdominal segments become mesothoracic segments. Another well-known example is Antennapedia: a gain-of-function...
- position. Haltere afferents have also been shown to terminate in the mesothoracic neuropil where flight muscle neurons are located. Haltere afferent activity...
- structure, response properties, and development of a hair plate on the mesothoracic leg of the locust". J Exp Biol. 64: 233–249. Preuss; Hengstenberg (1992)...
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