Definition of Postanal. Meaning of Postanal. Synonyms of Postanal

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Definition of Postanal

Postanal
Postanal Post*a"nal, a. [Pref. post- + anal.] (Anat.) Situated behind, or posterior to, the anus.

Meaning of Postanal from wikipedia

- will secrete a foul-smelling fluid ("musk", "musking", "skunking") from postanal glands. Common garter snakes are resistant to naturally-occurring poisons...
- poor (30-40%). Total pelvic floor repair refers to a procedure combining postanal and anterior anal repair. These procedures aim to inject bio-compatible...
- link between classical invertebrates and vertebrates. Some also have a postanal tail which may be homologous to the post-anal tail of vertebrates. An interesting...
- maintaining a constant flow, just as in fish. Some acorn worms also have a postanal tail which may be homologous to the post-anal tail of vertebrates. The...
- gubernaculum present and bears 4 pairs of preanal, 1 pair adanal and 2 pairs of postanal pedunculated papillae, 3 pairs of sessile papillae also present, tail spirally...
- adult amphioxus (hollow dorsal nerve tube, endostyle, segmented body, postanal tail). De Quatre****es first completely described the nervous system of...
- Males are larger than females, and have a swollen tail base, enlarged postanal scales and femoral pores, and bluish markings on the throat and belly....
- of adult fish, for instance a mineralised braincase, and it retains the postanal larval fin-fold along the ventral edge of the caudal peduncle, characteristic...
- but with more distinct banding. The males of this species have enlarged postanal scales, a blue-grey throat, and large dark blotches on their flanks. C...
- altitudes of 900–1,880 m (2,950–6,170 ft). P. thompsoni has an enlarged postanal scale, a character lacking in all other species of its genus in mainland...