In rats, the most prevalent end points were skeletal axial defects (k = 40), fetal weight reduction (k = 30), embryonic fetal loss (k = 21), and skeletal appendicular
defects (k = 16).
The relatively poor long-term precision and restriction to appendicular
sites reduces its power to reflect treatment-induced changes at sites of clinical interest.
External anatomy (including patterns of mouth spotting in nestlings), behavioral patterns, presence or absence of nessoptiles, appendicular
myology, chromosomal configurations, and chemical analysis of proteins and DNA (both nuclear and ribosomal) have been used as characters for classification of species, genera, and tribes.
The meristic data, in particular, including the appendicular
ratios presented above, highlight that extreme caution should be used when distinguishing species based solely upon size data when utilizing low numbers of specimens.
NS B fragilis Appendicitis and appendicular
A missing tongue stud: an unusual appendicular
the "Map of Jefferson, Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi" trails a series of appendicular
matter that takes in a "Chronology" of the events of the narrative, a "Genealogy" of its agents, and in this case, an "Editor's Note," which explains that this edition of the novel is based on "the original typescript which Faulkner prepared for publication" (AA 311).
An analysis of the recovered skeletal remains shows a differential preservation of appendicular
to axial bones.
In one study of 47 men with vertebral and appendicular
fractures or osteopenia referred to a metabolic bone center, 30 had osteoporosis secondary to factors such as glucocorticoid treatment, excessive alcohol consumption, or severe hyperthyroidism.
The majority of skeletal parts of all recorded taxa belong to the appendicular
One hypothesis proposes that wings are appendicular
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