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Origin of apodeme
OTHER WORDS FROM apodemea·pod·e·mal [uh-pod-uh-muh l] /əˈpɒd ə məl/, ap·o·dem·a·tal [ap-uh-dem-uh-tl] /ˌæp əˈdɛm ə tl/, adjective
Words nearby apodeme
Example sentences from the Web for apodeme
The nerve does not enter the bluntly-pointed basal end of the common eye, but on one side of the apodeme.
Endosternite: that part of the apodeme arising from the intersternal membrane.
The apodeme, at its base or point of origin, is unusually broad and flat.
The apodeme, of course, is moulted with the integuments of the mouth.
Apodeme: an inwardly directed process to which a muscle is attached.