Posterior to the formation of the crista parotica, the ventral part of the otic process splits.
He has the os cribriforme and the crista galli, which the monkeys have not.
A muscular ridge, called the crista terminalis, corresponding to the sulcus terminalis on the exterior.
The crista acustica would seem to be developed from the cells of the lower part of the front vesicle of the brain.
The ventral aponeurosis inserts on a crista immediately below the insertion of the dorsal aponeurosis.
This term was crista, derived from the resemblance of the ornament to the comb of a cock.
Linnæus distinguishes the tree which furnishes the Brazil wood by the name of Cæsalpinia crista.
The crista intermedia joins the laminae superior and inferior and joins them for a short distance to the septum nasi medially.
crista cris·ta (krĭs'tə)
n. pl. cris·tae (-tē)
A ridge, crest, or elevated line projecting from a level or evenly rounded surface.
One of the inward projections or folds of the inner membrane of a mitochondrion.
Plural cristae (krĭs'tē)
Any of the folds of the inner membrane of a mitochondrion. See more at mitochondrion.