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forepaw

(fôr′pô′)
n.
The paw of an animal's foreleg.

forepaw

the distal part of the front limb, including the carpus, metacarpals and phalanges, as in dogs and cats.
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1998), decrease in surface righting, and in the swimming direction tests (Tanaka 2002, 2005); and between prenatal DnBP exposure and depressed surface righting, shortened forepaw grip time, and inhibition in spatial learning and memory at low doses, hut enhanced spatial learning and memory at high doses.
In 2006, the technique returned some limb control to rats with one paralyzed forepaw.
Neurological function assessment was performed at 24 h after I/R as described previously on a five-point scale system as follows: 0, no neurological deficit; 1, failure to extend left forepaw fully; 2, circling to contralateral side; 3, falling towards contralateral side; 4, no spontaneous walking with a depressed level of consciousness (Longa et al.
We will deploy 2-photon imaging methods for measuring state dependent changes in activity in layers 1-6, of somatosensory forepaw and barrel cortex, from known classes of neurons, and from the soma and dendrites of layer V pyramidal neurons in awake behaving, and anesthetized animals.
Although he was not in pain and there was no blood, Fred was unable to lift his left forepaw to place it on the ground.
His big forepaw hooks and lifts a fire-felled spruce half the thickness of my chest.
The Speaker's Baton is a short green stick surmounted by a lion in silver with its right forepaw resting on a crown adorned with maple leafs and twelve rubies.
A cute-looking rose-pink creature, balanced precariously on a set of spindly legs like a girl walking on cobbles in high heels, a little ticklish forepaw apparently reaching up pitiably towards the fishermen in a gesture of mute supplication.
In the hamster and the mouse, by contrast, the area for the whiskers, the sensors used for exploring the environment, is huge, compared to the area for the forepaw.
Importantly, the ability of the rats to use their forepaw in a reaching task significantly improved, indicating that some functional connections must have been made.
Then another form flew away; Old Joe's other great forepaw had swept into action now, and a second enemy lay ten feet away, bleeding out its life.
Facilitation and inhibition of runway performance by hind- and forepaw shock of various intensities.