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Definition of Subcentral

Subcentral
Subcentral Sub*cen"tral, a. 1. Under the center. 2. Nearly central; not quite central.

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- Brodmann area 43, the subcentral area, is a structurally distinct area of the cerebral cortex defined on the basis of cytoarchitecture. Along with Brodmann...
- intraparietal sulcus, the inferior postcentral sulcus, the posterior subcentral sulcus and the lateral sulcus. It is bounded caudally by the angular area...
- Bolivian East. Indigenous residents had organized the Subcentral Indígena del TIPNIS (Subcentral TIPNIS) in July 1988. Following clearing by the National...
- s**** with the middle of the body chamber transversely constricted, and a subcentral orthochoanitic siphuncle. The surface is ornamented by a network of fine...
- nautiloides with generally straight and elongate s****, mostly with central or subcentral siphuncles. (Sweet 1964) Kionoceras is characterized by long, slender...
- striations. Whorl sections are subrectangular, sutures sinuous, the siphuncle subcentral. Also from the Cretaceous is Pseudocenoceras, named by Spath in 1927....
- and tubular. Septa are transverse, close spaced; the siphuncle large, subcentral, with actinosiphonate deposits. Cyrtogomphus, Lysagoroceras, and Poterioceras...
- Ordovician of northeastern Siberia with strongly sinuous sutures and subcentral siphuncle. Sutures have 14 narrow lobes and saddles, the ventral lobe...
- obliquely by sinuous ribs that produce a deep ventral sinus. The siphuncle is subcentral. Halder, K. and Bardhan, S. 1996. The fleeting genus Cymatonautilus (Nautiloidea):...
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