hamate (bone)

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ha·mate (bone)

[TA]
the bone on the medial (ulnar) side of the distal row of the carpus that features a distinct, anteriorly projecting hook; it articulates with the fourth and fifth metacarpal, triquetral, lunate, and capitate.
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Genetic variability of Tuber uncinatum and its relatedness to other black truffles.
The effect of level of inclusion of the legume Desmodium uncinatum and the use of molasses or ground maize as additives on the chemical composition of grassand maize-legume silages.
uncinatum, unido a los limitados planes de recuperacion vegetal en campo por parte de las industrias forestales, pueden llevar a la extincion o perdida total de este valioso recurso, con un desconocimiento integral de sus propiedades y caracteristicas.
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hermanii, Hildenbrandia rivularis, Fontinalis antipyretica Fontinalis antipyretica-Cladophora glomerata Vietomis gausios: Hildenbrandia rivularis, Oscillatoria limosa, Phormidium uncinatum, Audouinella chalybea, A.
Sus ejemplares se encuentran en UC, aunque en US esta depositado un isotipo de Eucheuma uncinatum Setchell & N.
uncinatum intercrops has been shown to be mediated by specific volatiles released by the repellent plant (Khan et al.
Symbiosis with Neotyphodium uncinatum endophyte may increase the competitive ability of meadow rescue.
Erisma uncinatum, Tetragastris panamensis, Sterculia pruriens, Eschweilera subglandulosa, Chaetocarpus schomburgkianus, Pentaclethra macroloba, Mora gongrijpii, Clathrotropis brachypetala.
ciliolatum fueron identificados como Nitophyllum uncinatum (Turner) J.
1994) found that 23 of 150 meadow fescue accessions were infected with the endophyte Neotyphodium uncinatum (W.