Monodonta, no jaws, spire not prominent, no umbilicus, columella toothed.
Cotyledon, a widely distributed genus with about 90 species, is represented in the British Isles by C. Umbilicus, pennywort, or navelwort, which takes its name from the succulent peltate leaves.
C. Umbilicus is a hardy British plant, with queer rounded leaves almost like a tiny mushroom, and greenish-yellow flowers in June.
There are 50 to 100 ventral pleats, from the chin to the umbilicus or slightly beyond the mid line.
umbilical venous catheter A tube used to give access, through the vein, in the umbilicus.
But there are forms in which the involution is " hyperstrophic," that is to say, the turns of the spire projecting but slightly, the spire, after flattening out gradually, finally becomes re-entrant and transformed into a false umbilicus; at the same time that part which corresponds to the umbilicus of forms with a normal coil projects and constitutes a false spire; the coil thus appears to be sinistral, although the asymmetry remains dextral, and the coil of the operculum (always the opposite to that of the shell) sinistral (e.g.
Shell with very low spire, without umbilicus, internal partitions frequently absorbed; a single ctenidium; a cephalic penis present.
Umbilical venous catheter A tube used to give access, through the vein, in the umbilicus.
As understood by botanists, this now includes the groups long known as Echeveria and Umbilicus.
One end of the umbilical cord is attached to the placenta and the other end is attached to the baby's belly button (umbilicus).
Following the NST, an US is done to observe the amount of amniotic fluid present in four quadrants, which are divided along the umbilicus midline and perpendicular to the midline.
Shell not nacreous, without umbilicus, with prominent spire and polished surface.
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