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longissimus

 [lon-jis´ĭ-mus] (L.)
longest.

longissimus

/lon·gis·si·mus/ (lon-jis´ĭ-mus) [L.] longest.

longissimus

[lonjis′iməs]
Etymology: L, longest, very long
a general term denoting a long structure, as a muscle.

longissimus

[L.] longest. See also Table 13 for longissimus dorsi muscle.
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Coloration was evaluated according to a point scale (MULLER, 1980) 30 minutes after a crosssection was made on the Longissimus muscle between the 12th and 13th ribs.
Genetic parameters of carnitine, creatine, creatinine, carnosine, and anserine concentration in longissimus muscle and their association with palatability traits in Angus cattle.
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Mechanical and structural characterization of single muscle fibres and fibre groups from raw and cooked pork longissimus muscle.
Chinese scientists set out to examine the physicochemical changes and protein oxidation that might occur in porcine longissimus muscle that's been subjected to multiple freeze-thaw cycles.
In conclusion, TMC supplementation during the late-fattening period enhanced the concentrations of certain trace minerals and essential amino acids in the longissimus muscle without inducing any deleterious effects on the performance and other carcass characteristics of Hanwoo steers.
In order to test the FRET dual-binding technique in a biological system containing various muscle proteins, aged beef longissimus muscle was extracted with a Tris-EDTA buffer.
Effect of feed withdrawal and handling intensity on longissimus muscle glycolytic potential and blood measurements in slaughter weight pigs.
Longissimus muscle area (LMA) was measured on the right side of the carcass, after a cross-section cut was made between the 12th and 13th ribs by a compensating planimeter that measured the areas of irregular shaped objects.