In these vertebræ the inferior ridges are also pierced by foramina.
Their number may be reckoned from the number of foramina for the exit of spinal nerves.
It is from these pores (or foramina) that the group receives its name.
It is not possible to establish what part of the median septum between the foramina is made up of premaxillary bones.
Collectively, this complex of foramina is often known as the posterior palatine foramina.
The palate is very imperfect; the foramina, which render it so, reach as far forward as the last premolar.
Foraminif′era, an order of Rhizopoda, furnished with a shell or test, usually perforated by pores (foramina).
Foramina: small openings in the body wall: in Orthoptera,; the auditory organs on the anterior tibiae.
He regarded them as minute Cephalopods, whose chambers communicated by pores (foramina).
None of the transverse processes of the caudal vertebræ are perforated by foramina.