Definition of Haemal arch
1. Noun. A structure arising ventrally from a vertebral centrum and enclosing the caudal blood vessels.
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Literary usage of Haemal arch
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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1847)
"The bones я, s, by their more external position, by affording an articular surface to the haemal arch (шг, H il), and their development of a strong ..."
2. On the Anatomy of Vertebrates by Richard Owen (1866)
"Viewed as a more robust haemal arch, it is obviously out of place in reference to the rest of its vertebral segment. If we seek to determine that segment by ..."
3. On the Archetype and Homologies of the Vertebrate Skeleton by Richard Owen (1848)
"The remainder of the second or parietal segment of the skull, Hn, repeats the expanded modification of the haemal arch of the occipital vertebra, ..."
4. Journal of Morphology by Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology (1897)
"It would seem that the production of the first haemal arch is then a function of the XXIII vertebra, a function of the axial portion of the embryo, ..."
5. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1857)
"The fundamental character of the inferior or haemal arch, ... Every haemal arch, therefore, within the antero-posterior range of the alimentary tube must, ..."
6. Outlines of Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates by John Sterling Kingsley (1917)
"A similar haemal arch extends from the ventral side of the centrum around the blood-vessels of the tail. This consists of similar paired plates ..."
7. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1907)
"The fact that in this particular case, the first entire haemal arch was found on the twenty-second vertebra, is not so remarkable. ..."
8. The London Medical Gazette (1849)
"In the crocodile, the scapular arch is displaced backwards, but it is manifest that that arch cannot be the haemal arch of the cervical vertebrae, ..."