Definition of Hemal arch
1. Noun. A structure arising ventrally from a vertebral centrum and enclosing the caudal blood vessels.
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Literary usage of Hemal arch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Anatomy of the Domestic Fowl by Benjamin Franklyn Kaupp (1918)
"B. Diagram of section through the hemal arch. A. i. First dorsal segment. ... 9, hemal arch. out the spinal column the large neural canal which is occupied ..."
2. The International Cyclopedia: A Compendium of Human Knowledge, Rev. with by Selim Hobart Peabody, Charles Francis Richardson (1898)
"The hemal arch is formed by a pair of bones, pi, ... OF A TYPICAL VERTEBRA. the hemal arch H. inclosing the great centers of the circulation is formed by h, ..."
3. Practitioner's medical dictionary by George Milbry Gould (1910)
"... inclosing the spinal foramen. A., Vertebral, i. A neural arch. 2. A hemal arch. A., Zygomatic, the arch formed by the malar and temporal bones. ..."
4. Elementary Lessons in Zoology: A Guide in Studying Animal Life and Structure by James George Needham (1895)
"Proceeding forward into the body region, observe that there they no longer form a hemal arch, that they become more and more divergent, and that ribs ..."
5. General Zoölogy: Practical, Systematic and Comparative; Being a Revision and by James Orton, Charles Wright Dodge (1903)
"... called any part of the vertebra, but by the ribs and breastbone. sentative vertebra. The hemal arch is not formed by gated processes from the centrum ..."
6. Zoology: Descriptive and Practical by Buel Preston Colton (1903)
"A similar arrangement below, forming the hemal arch and hemal spine. Make a drawing of this vertebra as seen from the side ; another as seen from the front. ..."
7. Zoölogy, Descriptive and Practical by Buel Preston Colton (1905)
"A similar arrangement below, forming the hemal arch and hemal spine. Make a drawing of this vertebra as seen from the side; another as seen from the front. ..."