longissimus

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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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A comparative study of beef quality after ageing longissimus muscle using a dry ageing bag, traditional dry ageing or vacuum package ageing.
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Effect of grass-based and concentrate feeding system on meat quality characteristics and fatty acid composition of longissimus muscle in different cattle breeds.
Effect of postmortem aging time and temperature on pH, tenderness and soluble collagen fractions in bovine Longissimus muscle.
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Mechanical and structural characterization of single muscle fibres and fibre groups from raw and cooked pork longissimus muscle.
Fiber-type proportions and diameters in the longissimus muscle of beef heifers undergoing catch-up (compensatory) growth.