Lexicographical Neighbors of Trematic
Literary usage of Trematic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introduction to the Study of the Comparative Anatomy of Animals: A by Gilbert Charles Bourne, Arthur Bolles Lee (1902)
"The hinder or post-trematic branch runs behind the first gill-cleft, along the anterior face of the first branchial arch. Just as the ninth nerve bears a ..."
2. The Journal of Comparative Neurology by Denison University (1903)
"The pre- or post-trematic origin of the R. mandibularis internus in Urodeles cannot, of course, be determined, since the first gill cleft does not come to ..."
3. An Introduction to the Study of the Comparative Anatomy of Animals by Gilbert Charles Bourne (1902)
"auditory capsule the nerve divides into a smaller anterior and a larger posterior branch; the former, called the pre- trematic branch, runs down in front of ..."
4. Chondrocranium, Amphibia by Henry Fox, Oliver Perry Hay, William A. Hilton, Henry Spencer Houghton, Benjamin Freeman Kingsbury, John Sterling Kingsley, Walter George Ridewood, W. H. van Seters, Guy Munroe Winslow (1890)
"The pre- or post-trematic origin of the R. mandibularis internus in Urodeles cannot, of course, be determined, since the first gill cleft 'does not come 'to ..."
5. A Laboratory Text-book of Embryology by Charles Sedgwick Minot (1910)
"They are. therefore, termed the post-trematic branches. Below the cleft and somewhat on its median side is a similar third nerve-branch, ..."
6. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1905)
"in front of the cleft, the other in the arch behind (prae- trematic and post-trematic nerves). In addition each nerve gives off a branch, usually of small ..."