The cephalic portion (A, c) first becomes distinct, forming an anterior protuberance free from yolk.
The old œsophagus was continuous with and led into the cephalic stomach.
It depends entirely—to use the pedantic jargon of the anthropologist—on the “cephalic index” of the race.
The cephalic horn and the three divergent wings are shorter, and at the distal end not so much thickened as in Theopera cortina.
This one injures the cephalic centres and produces death; that one respects them and produces paralysis.
The differences of the cephalic index according to sex are insignificant.
The main branches of the latter enter the mesenteron just behind the fifth pair of cephalic appendages.
The enlarged part becomes converted into the brain, and may be called the cephalic plate.
The two cavities in the cephalic commissure unite dorsally, but ventrally open into the first somite of the trunk.
The anterior, and at first proportionately a very large part, soon becomes distinguished as the cephalic region (fig. 33 B).
cephalic ce·phal·ic (sə-fāl'ĭk)
Of or relating to the head.
Located on, in, or near the head.
Having a specified kind or number of heads: dolichocephalic.