Definition of Podal
1. of the feet [adj]
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Literary usage of Podal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Microscopy for Beginners: Or, Common Objects from the Ponds and Ditches by Alfred Cheatham Stokes (1887)
"The podal spines vary in number from five to nine in each cluster. ... The podal spines and bristles are arranged alternately with each other, as in Fig. ..."
2. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1884)
"A row of podal hooks, 'from the last segment of the body. 250 diameters. FIG. 7. A podal hook from the same row. 666 diameters. FJG. 8-13. ..."
3. Aquatic Microscopy for Beginners: Or, Common Objects from the Ponds and Ditches by Alfred Cheatham Stokes (1918)
"Body with both bristles and podal spines (a). 2. Body with podal spines only ... podal spines not forked; worms living beneath decaying bark of dead trees. ..."
4. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1847)
"It is a depression or cul-de-sac, having its orifice beneath the mouth, between the inferior lip and the anterior extremity of the podal disc, and which in ..."
5. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1880)
"The four rings succeeding the head furnished on each side with fascicles of seven to nine podal stylets ; the succeeding rings, ..."
6. The Terrestrial Air-breathing Mollusks of the United States: And the by Amos Binney, Augustus Addison Gould (1851)
"... branches to integument on each side, and podal disk; 26. to retractor muscles; 27. to tail and podal disk; 28. large branch to integument on each side. ..."
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