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caecal

See cecal.

caecal

Referring to the caecum.

ce·cal

(sē'kăl)
1. Relating to the cecum.
2. Ending blindly or in a cul-de-sac.
Synonym(s): caecal.

caecal

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Also, fiber fermentation is time-dependent and its caecal retention time can greatly affect cell wall digestibility, as has been observed with the negative correlation of ileo-rectal retention time with dietary NDF content (GIDENNE et al.
A case of caecal volvulus in a cerebral palsy patient: usefulness of multidetector computed tomography for preoperative diagnosis.
3 per cent (undetected to 102) and B in 100 per cent (ID to 101) in the caecal content supernatant.
To establish whether APOE polymorphism influences proinflammatory cytokine production and survival in a murine model of sepsis, caecal ligation and puncture was performed on APOE3 (n=22) and APOE4 (n=16) targeted replacement mice, and survival was monitored for 72 hours.
were cultured from the ileal and caecal lymph nodes from this animal, and were detected in all 3 solid media from each of the 2 selective broths used for each of these tissues.
The key rule I've always followed is to make sure you worm your hens regularly, as Heterakis gallinae (the caecal roundworm ) is the little varmint which is to blame for the problem.
Avian influenza virus was isolated from the caecal tonsil, feces, and kidneys.
Nervous system consists of one cerebral commissure at pharynx level with posterior and lateral nerves, lateral one short and posterior one extends to caecal bifurcation.
Each slide was examined for five minutes (x 250 objective) for the presence or absence of Coccidia gametes in the caecal epithelial lining.