- ventral column of spinal cord,
- ventral fin,
- ventral horn,
- ventral plate,
- ventral plate of neural tube
Origin of ventral
Examples from the Web for ventrally
The grey matter soon becomes prolonged dorsally and ventrally into the posterior and anterior horns.The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume III (of 4)|Francis Maitland Balfour
It is attached dorsally to the carapace and ventrally to the pre-oral entosclerite.The Origin of Vertebrates|Walter Holbrook Gaskell
Ventrally the quadrate has a narrow neck dorsal to its articulation with the articular.
Ventrally, the posterior part of the dentary underlies the splenial, which is set in a median trench within the dentary.
Ventrally in front of the ischium there is a tract of unossified cartilage which is often regarded as the pubis.The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds
Word Origin for ventral
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").