Pectoral axillary process is an elongate structure formed by one or more additional postcleithra or modified scales or a combination of both, that is firmly attached to a skin fold above the articular condyle of the uppermost pectoral fin ray or lepidotrichium 1. [ TAO:wd TAO:GA_TG ]

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Term information

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For additional information see Arratia (1997).

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definition

Pectoral axillary process is an elongate structure formed by one or more additional postcleithra or modified scales or a combination of both, that is firmly attached to a skin fold above the articular condyle of the uppermost pectoral fin ray or lepidotrichium 1.

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UBERON:2002087

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This class was sourced from an external ontology (teleost_anatomy). Its definitions, naming conventions and relationships may need to be checked for compatibility with uberon