humans are bilaterally symmetrical, because both halves are congruent.
bilaterally descended testicles means that both of the testicles have dropped into the scrotum
bilaterally means the same thing in medical and lay language: both sides.
it means there are no abnormal sounds heard in your lungs.
mean postive faber - (flexion, abduction, external rotation) test
mollusc are the invertebrates which mean they doesnt has a backbones . mollusc are unsegmented and bilaterally symmetrical
most plants are bilaterally symmetrical except for porifera
lateral means side, bi means two.thus bilateral means 'two sided'thus if an agreement was negotiated bilaterally it means that the agreement was reach by both parties to it.
it means u give cheryl cole anal
foramina are openings. neural foramina patent bilaterally just means that the openings in the spine are open, and allow the nerves to pass through normally...
because in their larval stage they are bilaterally symmetrical.
it means both of your ears appear to be normal when examined using an otoscope.
yes, we think of crayfish as bilaterally symmaterical, though in truth they sometimes do not appear to be.
no. bilaterally is an adverb because it describes how something is done, and adverbs do not have plural form.
platyhalminthus nematoda annelida mollusca arthropoda echinodermata chordata are bilaterally symmetrical
assuming you mean two symmetrical sides, the term is called bilaterally symmetric.
this simply means there is a heavy build up of earwax in both ears.
medial joint space narrowing bilaterally (sounds like arthritic/age-realted change in both knees) with enthesopathic change anteriorly on the patella bilaterally at the insertion of the quadriceps tendons (unhealthy tendon changes) suprapatellar effusion (swelling above the kneecaps, probably nothing you haven't noticed already)
if you mean is a butterfly bilaterally symmetrical, the answer is: yes. if you mean can you slice it evenly down the middle, the answer is: good luck, you freak. if you mean is a butterfly a legume, the answer is: no, legumes are vegetables.
no,they are bilaterally symmetrical