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Definition of Antimeric
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Literary usage of Antimeric
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1. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1916)
"This in turn is more or less completely obliterated later by a tertiary symmetry between the antimeric halves of the single individuals. ..."
2. Evolution of the Plio-Pleistocene African Suidae by James Michael Harris, Timothy D. White (1979)
"The facts that its antimeric partner unquestionably hails from». Member G and that the specimen is so much more advanced than other (previously ..."
3. Statistical Methods: With Special Reference to Biological Variation by Charles Benedict Davenport (1904)
"... Lithobius 575±,039 Other antimeric organs: r Num of dorsal and ventral spines, ... '01; Davenport, '02) 325±.019 SECONDARILY antimeric ORGANS. ..."
4. Geological Biology: An Introduction to the Geological History of Organisms by Henry Shaler Williams (1895)
"The technical name for this mode of repetition of parts is antimeric. Distinctive Characters of the Metazoa.—All the higher tissue- bearing animals, ..."
5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1904)
"Symmetry gains a quantitative expression and it is interesting to find that originally non- symmetrical organs which have secondarily gained antimeric ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1915)
"... innervation and its topographic relations to the club-shaped gland, which Van Wijhe regards as the antimeric gill-pouch. 2. The relations of the larval ..."