Origin of basilar
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Relative to basilar length, tooth-rows, orbitonasal length, interorbital breadth and zygomatic breadth averaging narrower.
Relative to basilar length, width of rostrum, interorbital breadth and depth of skull at plane of upper molars, less.
It consists essentially of modified ephithelial cells floated upon the auditory epithelium, or basilar membrane, of the cochlea.A Practical Physiology|Albert F. Blaisdell
Relative to the basilar length, the several cranial measurements are about the same.
Retinal pigment: the pigment layer of the compound eye just above the basilar or fenestrate membrane.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith