ventrally the stomodum is prolonged for a considerable distance under the anterior part of the mesenteron.
ventrally they are intermediate in color but more like ocius.
The two cavities in the cephalic commissure unite dorsally, but ventrally open into the first somite of the trunk.
ventrally, the new adult pelage was evident only along the midline.
Nutlets erect and straight, unarmed, attached to the axis either at inner edge of base or ventrally from the base upward.
The body of the embryo is, as pointed out by Scott and Osborn, ventrally instead of dorsally flexed.
The body in general light brown; but ventrally there is a median longitudinal fulvous stripe over the ventral plates.
ventrally the premaxillary makes up the anterior two-thirds of the lateral wall of the incisive (anterior palatine) foramen.
The ventrally placed mouth is surrounded by a well-marked lip, and in front of it is placed a small pr-oral lobe.
ventrally, all four evotis are grayish white, faintly to moderately tinged with brownish buff.
1739, from French ventral, from Late Latin ventralis "of or pertaining to the belly or stomach," from Latin venter (genitive ventris) "belly, paunch," from PIE *wend-tri- (cf. Latin vesica "bladder," Sanskrit vastih "bladder," Old High German wanast, German wanst "paunch, belly").
ventral ven·tral (věn'trəl)
Relating to or situated on or close to the abdomen; abdominal.
Relating to or situated on or close to the anterior aspect of the body.