Definición de coarctate en inglés:

coarctate

Saltos de línea: co|arc¦tate
Pronunciación: /kəʊˈɑːkteɪt
 
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adjetivo

chiefly Anatomy & Biology
1Pressed close together; contracted; compressed.
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  • As compared to the ascending aorta, 30-50% narrowing was seen in the coarctate segment in 3 cases.
  • Formally, the epoxidation of alkenes with peracids can also be considered a coarctate reaction.
  • The ring opening is an eight-electron, Möbius, conrotatory process, not the six-electron, Huckel process described by Herges in his original work describing coarctate orbital topology.
1.1 Entomology (Of the pupa of certain flies) formed within and remaining concealed by the larval cuticle or puparium.
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  • The coarctate or pseudopupal stages are those in which hibernation or diapause occurs most frequently.
  • The coarctate is immobile and strongly sclerotized, and it has reduced mouthparts, legs, and musculature.
  • A pupa covered by the hardened 3rd larval skin is known as a coarctate pupa..

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin coarctatus, past participle of coarctare 'press or draw together'.

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