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Thickness of Soft Palate: The distance between nasal surface and oral surface of the palate during resting state and maximum elevation of soft palate in palatal plane is compared This gives idea about muscle functioning of the palate especially the function of musculusuvulae.
Total oral surface area (SA) was negatively allometric with arm length (AL) in five-armed bat stars but isometric in six-armed stars Conversely, ambulacral groove area (GA) varied isometrically with arm length in five-armed stars but exhibited positive allometry in six-armed stars.
In many holectypoids and clypeasteroids, the peristome and the periproct are both found on the oral surface of the test: the peristome typically lies near the center, whereas the periproct lies between the peristome and the posterior margin (fig.
11) The technology has been able to detect microbes present on oral surfaces, biofilm composition in periodontal disease and bacterial prevalence in specific oral communities.
Finally, if the hydrocoel failed to develop, then no juvenile oral surface formed.
Second, these paired ophiuroids are only found firmly attached to the oral surface of a host sand dollar, Astriclypeus manni.
In the laboratory, members of this species will take euphausiids and pieces of fish when the food is placed in contact with the oral surface of the arms, although this is hardly natural feeding.
Black extrinsic stains are usually biofilms formed on the vestibular and oral surfaces of teeth and are characterized by dark spots made of insoluble iron salt and high concentrations of calcium and phosphate ions (7).
The commensal flora regulates yeast numbers by inhibiting the adherence of yeasts to oral surfaces by competing for sites of adherence as well as for the available nutrients.
ICON Proximal, for the treatment of incipient proximal caries and ICON Smooth Surface, for smooth, vestibular and oral surfaces.
The oral mucosa and the specialized mucosa of the tongue constitute about 80% of the remaining oral surfaces colonized by plaque biofilm.