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Habitus (Figures 30-31): Head black with a metallic shine, compound eyes black, rounded, arranged transversely; ocelli closer to each other than to compound eyes; tylus smooth and rectangular with a prominent median carina; vertex smooth, rectangular, with a prominent median carina; antennae black, pedicel sparsely setose, basal body of flagellum globose, inserted inside the pedicel, with one arista smaller than pedicel; postclypeus black, inflated, forming an acute angle in profile, with one longitudinal carina strongly marked and prominent, lateral grooves slightly marked, rostrum reaching mesocoxae.
In addition, the tripartite attachment complex (TAC), which connects the kDNA to the basal body, mediates the kinetoplast segregation following kDNA replication [14, 15].
Basal body weight of mice without PCPA was 22.3 [+ or -] 0.2 g, and basal body weight of mice treated with PCPA was 20.3 [+ or -] 0.6 g.
The PC itself is composed of a microtubule-based core structure named the axoneme, which nucleates from a basal body and is surrounded by a ciliary membrane, which is continuous with the plasmatic membrane (Figure 1).
Subcellular localization of ALMS1 supports involvement of centrosome and basal body dysfunction in the pathogenesis of obesity, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes.
They differ from them also in possessing a much greater cavity and lacking the 'basal body', which in euconodonts fills the cavity.
Wink is designed to help women easily and seamlessly record their basal body temperature (BBT) readings, a key fertility indicator.
One of the most common discussion topics was basal body temperature (BBT) and its relationship to thyroid disease.
They're descendants of websites that allow users to input and make predictions based on cycle-related information and, even further back, of stand-alone thermo-sensitive devices like Pearly or LadyComp that measure and record a woman's basal body temperature on a daily basis to determine her fertile and infertile days.
This means the couple is monitoring the woman's cycle with basal body temperature or other predictors such as evaluating the cervical mucus with the "clear plan" fertility monitor.