lateral ridge
(NEMATA)
The ridge formed by two contiguous lateral lines, when seen in cross-section or with SEM; lateral field ridges.

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  • Lateral release (phonetics) — In phonetics, a lateral release is the release of a plosive consonant into a lateral consonant. Such sounds are transcribed in the IPA with a superscript el, for example as IPA| [dˡ] . In English words such as bottle, in which historically the… …   Wikipedia

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