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intermediate column

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the intermediate region of the spinal cord gray matter located between the posterior and anterior horns. This area contains a number of nuclei that collectively comprise the Rexed spinal lamina VIII [TA]. The nuclei of the intermediate c., or intermediate zone, are the intermediolateral nucleus in the lateral horn, central intermediate substance, posterior or dorsal thoracic nucleus (nucleus of Clarke), lateral intermediate substance, intermediomedial nucleus, sacral parasympathetic nuclei [TA] (nuclei parasympathici sacrales [TA]), nucleus of pudendal nerve [TA] (nucleus nervi pudendi), portions of the spinal reticular formation [TA] (formatio reticularis spinalis [TA]), and the anterior medial nucleus [TA] (nucleus medialis anterior [TA]).
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The antibiotics which showed intermediate zone or no zone were considered as less effective for that pathogen, so was selected for combined effect.
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There were intermediate zone of inhibition found on claforan, nalidixic acid, amoxycillin, fosfomycin, fortum, and erythromycin on Mueller Hinton's agar after 24 hours incubation.
All five samples had small hexagonal cores that were overgrown by another hexagonal zone, which in turn was overgrown by radiating petals that originated from each prism face of the intermediate zone. The intermediate zone contained six thin arms extending outward from the corners of the core, producing six trapezoidal ruby sectors.
In the intermediate zone beyond the wildland-urban interface, a combination of prescribed burns and thinning could be used.
Lens type Best for Details Single Correcting near vision Enable you to focus on vision reading material and close work such as embroidery; half- eye frame designs sit lower on the nose and allow you to more easily look into the distance over the top of the frame Bifocals Correcting near vision with A small portion of the some distance correction as lens is reserved for needed near vision correction; the rest of the lens incorporates a distance correction if required Trifocals Vision correction at near, Similar to bifocals, but intermediate and distant points with an added segment of focus above the bifocal for viewing things in the intermediate zone (about arm's length away), for example, a computer or the dashboard of your car
Conversely, for patients with an intermediate priority, it may be prudent to lengthen the corridor in order to increase the width of the intermediate zone.
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However, for PP-0.2, two oriented outer zones (i.e., the skin region and water channel region) and an isotropic intermediate zone (i.e., the region between the skin and water channel surface) are observed evidently (Fig.
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