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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73%) for beef longissimus thoracis muscle frozen for 90 days at -20[degrees]C; while Fernandez et al [14] reported similar values (5.
After 24 hours in the cold storage chambre, the lefts half-carcasses were sectioned between the 9th and 13th thoracic vertebra of the longissimus thoracis (LT) muscle.
Longissimus thoracis at 12th rib after 30 min blooming using a Lutron RGB-1002 (Taipei, Taiwan) colorimeter (illuminant D65, 10[degrees] standard observer) calibrated with black and white tiles.
2006) for longissimus thoracis of Kivircik lambs confirmed the current results.
Santos-Silva and Vaz Portugal (2001) researched the tenderness, juiciness and flavour characteristics in Longissimus thoracis muscles of the Serra da Estrela and Merino Branco lambs.
Previous studies have demonstrated that DNAJA1 could be a good indicator of beef toughness in Longissimus thoracis muscle from Charolais young bulls.
The left intercostal space between rib 6 and 7 and the paraspinal musculature (rhomboids major, spinalis thoracis, longissimus thoracis, iliocostalis thoracis, multifidus thoracis) from T4 to the iliac crest were tender to palpation with increased myofascial tension, especially on the left.
2009), nao houve diferencas para pH do musculo Longissimus thoracis entre as condicoes sexuais, porem animais nao castrados tiveram uma carne mais escura (<[L.
Asimismo, los musculos que tienen mejores caracteristicas de color son Longissimus thoracis, Longissimus lumborum, Gluteus medius y Semimembranosus; ademas, los musculos con mayor capacidad de retencion de agua son Semitendinosus e Infraspinatus.
They consist of several different muscles, the major ones being: internal and external obliques (sides of your abs), the diaphragm, the longissimus thoracis (back), the transversus abdominis (from back to front like a corset), multifidus (low back area) and rectus abdominis (six-pack).
Ekstrom and colleagues (8) reported that the side bridge produced the largest percentage of EMG activity in the gluteus medius, longissimus thoracis, and external oblique abdominis, as well as the second and third highest percentage in the rectus abdominis and lumbar multifidus, respectively.
The upper erector spinae consist of the thoracic fibres of iliocostalis lumborum and longissimus thoracis.