gracile


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gracile

 [gras´il]
slender; delicate.

gracile

slender, lean or thin; lightly built as AUSTRALOPITHECUS.
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Cross and Wright (2015) argue that Amelia Earhart is excluded because her physique was extremely linear and gracile, and therefore inconsistent with the skeletal remains which Hoodless assessed as belonging to a stocky individual.
Low levels of genetic variation within populations of the four rare orchids Gymnadenia cucullata, Gymnadenia camtschatica, Amitostigma gracile, and Pogonia minor in South Korea: indication of genetic drift and implications for conservation.
(Nematoda: Onchocercidae) in Neotropical monkeys and the first record of Dipetalonema gracile in Ecuador.
Se determino la biologia del caracol terrestre, Allopeas gracile (Hutton), que es ampliamente distribuido pero poco conocido, enfatizando las relaciones alimentarias.
Ma, "Nitric oxide in the gracile nucleus mediates depressor response to acupuncture (ST36)," Journal of Neurophysiology, vol.
Yang, "Effects of nitrite on ammonia-nitrogen removal and nitrite-nitrogen as well as photopigment biosynthesis of Marichromatium gracile YL28," Microbiology China, vol.
Meyen X X X X Tetraedron trigonum (Nageli) X X Hansgirg Conjugatophyceae Staurastrum gracile Ralfs X X X ex Ralfs Trebouxiophyceae Oocystis lacustris Chodat X Zygnem ato phyceae Closterium dianae Ehrenberg X X ex Ralfs Closterium aciculare T.
showed that the gracile axonal dystrophy (gad) mutant mouse, which presents a deletion within the gene encoding for UCHL1, displays brain axonal degeneration [101].
A line was drawn across the following two points, one point is the midpoint of the posterior margin of foramen magnum and superior margin of posterior arch of atlas, the other point is gracile tubercle in medulla oblongata [Figure 1].