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longissimus

 [lon-jis´ĭ-mus] (L.)
longest.
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Comparative transcriptome profiling of longissimus muscle tissues from Qianhua Mutton Merino and Small Tail Han sheep.
Low birth weight is associated with enlarged muscle fiber area and impaired meat tenderness of the longissimus muscle in pigs.
Relationship of myofibril fragmentation index to certain chemical, physical and sensory characteristics of bovine Longissimus muscle. Journal of Food Science, 43(4), 1177-1180.
Chemical Composition of Longissimus Muscle. The chemical composition (moisture, protein, and ash) of the muscle sample is summarized in Table 2.
Real-time ultrasonic measurement of fat thickness and longissimus muscle area: I.
Effect of myosin heavy chain isoforms onmuscle fiber characteristics and meat quality in porcine longissimus muscle. J.
Muscle spindles in the lumbar multifidus and longissimus muscle also act thixotropically wherein the fidelity of their proprioceptive signaling is influenced by very small, maintained changes in the position of a vertebra.
Cross, "Relationship of myofibril fragmentation index to certain chemical, physical and sensory characteristics of bovine longissimus muscle,' Journal of Food Science, vol.