Definition of Interarching
1. interarch [v] - See also: interarch
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Literary usage of Interarching
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Philippine Journal of Science by Institute of Science and Technology (Philippines) (1906)
"... nerves 5 to 6 on each side of the midrib, distant, prominent, curved-ascending, interarching, the reticulations prominent, lax; petioles 0.5 to 1.5 cm. ..."
2. Zoology for High Schools and Colleges by Alpheus Spring Packard (1886)
"The nervous cord is seen to lie above the vertebral column, the nervous canal being formed by the interarching spinous process. Below the vertebral column ..."
3. Zoology by Alpheus Spring Packard (1883)
"The nervous cord is seen to lie above the vertebral column, the nervous canal being formed by the interarching ..."
4. The Red Cross Magazine by American national Red cross (1917)
"... cavern of interarching beech trees, to old stables now used as playrooms, where a swarm of bees was making honey in a hole under the red roof tiles, ..."
5. Villas and Cottages: A Series of Designs Prepared for Execution in the by Calvert Vaux (1872)
"... with their wide-spreading and interarching branches, promise ere long to produce an effect that may equal the far-famed Hill-house Avenue in New Haven. ..."