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*  EGR2
"A distinct Hox code for the branchial region of the vertebrate head". Nature. 353 (6347): 861-4. doi:10.1038/353861a0. PMID ...
*  Chionoecetes opilio
They have triangular spines and well-defined gastric and branchial regions internally. Snow crabs also have little granules ... Another commercially important species, introduced deliberately to the same region, the red king crab, already has established ... and the stock of this region likely will reach levels similar to eastern Canada in the future. The species was first described ... along the border of their bodies, except their intestinal region. Concerning their walking legs, their first three are ...
*  Charybdis hellerii
There are grainy transverse ridges present on frontal, protogastric, mesogastric and branchial regions. There are six prominent ... Charybdis hellerii has a native range which encompasses the Indo-Pacific region from the Red Sea and the east coast of Africa ...
*  Ebalia tumefacta
... is a small, roughly diamond-shaped crab, with noticeably bulbous branchial regions. The carapace is wider than ...
*  Arenicolidae
Their tough cuticle and their distinct branchial region with strongly tufted branchiae are characteristic. Abarenicola Wells, ... There are branchiae present on some of the setigers in the middle or posterior regions. Apart from the genus Branchiomaldane, ... The arenicolids are characterised by an elongated cylindrical body separated into two or three distinct regions. The prostomium ...
*  Harrimania planktophilus
The long branchial region has up to 54 pairs of gill pores opening dorsally. It is followed by an esophageal region with a ... Posterior to this is a dark-coloured hepatic region and a long greyish intestinal region. This is transparent and the gut is ... Though generally cylindrical, the body is divided into several distinct regions, having a short cream-coloured, extendible ...
*  Chaceon bicolor
... and branchial regions; its hepatic region is smooth; protogastric region inflated in large specimens, especially in females. ... The anterior part of the carapace is predominantly purple, its branchial regions tan and its legs yellowish. It has a wide ... The carapace of females is more strongly arched from front to back and the protogastric regions are noticeably more inflated. ... the hepatic region of the carapace in C. granulatus is coarsely granular, whereas it is smooth in C. bicolor. Juvenile ...
*  Carcineretidae
Its epibranchial region is bulbous, and it bears at least one transverse ridge in the protogastric, hepatic or branchial region ...
*  List of MeSH codes (A16)
... branchial region MeSH A16.254.270 --- cleavage stage, ovum MeSH A16.254.270.274 --- blastula MeSH A16.254.270.550 --- morula ...
*  Lollipop catshark
... with an enormously expanded head and branchial region (containing the gills) coupled with a slender, cylindrical body tapering ... The enlarged gill region and expanded gill filaments of the lollipop catshark suggest that it is adapted for living in deep-sea ...
*  Eucrate crenata
In many specimens there is a medium-sized red spot on the dorsal part of branchial region of the carapace, and also on the ... subhepatic region on the ventral surface of the carapace. The maximum length of the carapace is 35mm. Eucrate crenata has a ...
*  Shrimp eel
Their branchial region (ventral side behind the head) is swollen with a basket-like structure of over-lapping free rays ( ...
*  Chaceon crosnieri
The carapace is relatively smooth, with small granules and pits on the branchial, cardiac, and gastric regions; hepatic regions ...
*  Ariosoma sokotranum
141 vertebrae has a dark edge along the unpaired fins and light coloured pectoral fins with the branchial chamber in the region ...
*  Henry Hamilton Bailey
John S.P Lumley and Anil K. D'Cruz). Branchial cysts and other essays on surgical subjects in the facio-cervical region (1929 ...
*  Siboglinidae
The body cavity has a separate compartment in each of the first three regions of the body, and extends into the tentacles. The ... The anterior end is called the cephalic lobe, which bears from 1 to over 200 thin branchial ciliated tentacles, each bearing ... Their body is divided into four regions; the obturaculum, vestimentum, trunk, and opisthosome. The obturaculum is the first ... and often break off when a tubeworm is removed from hypothermal vent regions. It is unsure how long the roots of the tube worms ...
*  Giant oceanic manta ray
... often spots between the branchial gill slits and other spots spread across trailing edge of pectoral fins and abdominal region ... The oceanic manta ray has also a white ventral coloration with spots clustered around lower region of its abdomen. Its cephalic ...
*  Reef manta ray
... often spots between the branchial gill slits and other spots spread across trailing edge of pectoral fins and abdominal region ... It is primarily found in coastal regions. Reef manta rays live in a more or less identical wide area with the possibility of ... The oceanic manta ray has also a white ventral coloration with spots clustered around lower region of its abdomen. Its cephalic ... It can be observed in several often-visited regions such as Hawaii, Fiji, French Polynesia, Micronesia, Bali, Komodo, Maldives ...
*  Hypothalassia acerba
The frontal region is beige-cream and covered in many short setae. Walking legs have a dactylus of 3.7-4.3 times as long as ... Their branchial openings are partially covered by maxillipeds, and have asymmetrical chelipeds with stiff, brown-black spines ...
*  Branchio-oculo-facial syndrome
"Branchio" refers to the branchial arches, also known as the pharyngeal arches, of the affected individual. The branchial arches ... "Facial" refers to the face; those affected can have several abnormalities in that region. These abnormalities include a cleft ... In individuals affected by this condition, the branchial arches fail to develop properly. This leads to some of the physical ... AP-2 alpha is especially important during the embyros development principally in the development of the branchial arches. ...
*  Botrylloides violaceus
The ecological impact of B. viollaceus in this region remains unknown. Zooids are embedded in a transparent tunic and are all ... These tunicates usually have 8 branchial tentacles and 11 rows of stigmata. Gittenberger, Arjan (2015). "Botrylloides violaceus ...
*  Kiwaidae
... branchial) sinus via crevices (lacunae) and channels (sinus). After its oxygenation the hemolymph is returning to the ... emanate from the heart and run to the respective organs and body regions. After having left the arteries and having washed ...
*  Corydalidae
The larvae are aquatic, active, armed with strong sharp mandibles, and breathe by means of abdominal branchial filaments. When ... in the Upper Mississippi River region fill the air on a few summer nights each year much like mayflies in certain regions of ...
*  Galeolaria
The tentacles of the branchial crown are used as gills and as a way of capturing food. Galeolaria build and live within white ... These tubes may be found singly or in complex interwoven colonies, forming a distinctive zone at the mid tidal regions. They ... The body is symmetrical, with a branchial crown made up of two lobes, one holding a stalked operculum. The operculum is winged ...
*  Bezold's abscess
Severe pain in perimastoid region, difficulty of swallowing, sore throat, difficulty in breathing, nuchal rigidity, and fever. ... the neck Differential diagnosis Acute upper jugular lymphadenitis Abscess or mass in Lower part of parotid Infected branchial ...