Definition of Membranal

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to a membrane ¹

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Definition of Membranal

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Membranal

membrana suprapleuralis
membrana synovialis
membrana tectoria
membrana tectoria ductus cochlearis
membrana tensa
membrana thyrohyoidea
membrana tympani
membrana tympani secundaria
membrana versicolor
membrana vibrans
membrana vitellina
membranae intercostalia
membranal (current term)
membrane-bound proton-translocating PPi synthase
membrane-coating granule
membrane-type 3 matrix metalloproteinase
membrane-type 4 matrix metalloproteinase
membrane-type matrix metalloproteinase
membrane attack complex
membrane bone
membrane capacitance
membrane depolarisation
membrane dipeptidase
membrane distillation

Literary usage of Membranal

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1. A Synonymic Catalogue of Homoptera by William Lucas Distant (1906)
"Outer and posterior membranal margin to wings very broad, about one-third their ff. membranal margin to wings normal, narrow . . Plati/pleura. ..."

2. The Fauna of a Medial Tertiary Formation and the Associated Horizons of by Roy Ernest Dickerson, William Stephen Webster Kew (1917)
"In the present species these black membranal veins and the black basal segment of the antennae are characteristic. Holotype (No. ..."

3. Notes on a Fauna of the Vigo Group and Its Bearing on the Evolution of by Roy Ernest Dickerson (1921)
"The long antennas would seem to ally this species with sylvestris, but the opaque elytra and distinct membranal veins indicate closer relationship with ..."

4. Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical by Henry Gray (1893)
"To examine the brain with its membranal the skull-cap must be removed. In order to effect this, saw through the external table, the section commencing, ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1882)
"... modification that the primary seat of trouble was in the white fibrous tissues, and not in the catarrhal mucous membranal lining of the air-tubes. ..."

6. The Laryngoscope by American Laryngological, Rhinological, and Otological Society (1908)
"Especially is this true if the membranal opening has been in Shrap- nell's membrane, or in the posterior 'superior quadrant of the main membrane, ..."

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