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hind limb

n.
A posterior appendage, such as a leg, wing, or flipper.
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In our labs, we have also demonstrated that administration of a calibrated dose of [alpha]tocopherol to rats significantly but partially resorted motor and sensory function of the hind limbs after SC-IRI by partial amelioration of NO and PGE2 production and complete inhibition of increased lipid peroxidation (Morsy et al.).
In MES method, the mean duration of hind limb extension in the test groups which received 200, 400, and 800 mg/kg of neem root extract was 8.2 [+ or -] 0.23 s, 8.3 [+ or -] 0.39 s, and 8.8 [+ or -] 0.21 s, respectively.
The morphometric studies involved recording of fetal weight, crown rump length, head and eye circumferences, length of fore and hind limbs and tail length.
Caption: Figure 2: Mean peripheral blood WBC, neutrophil, and lymphocyte counts following tourniquet-induced hind limb IRI.
The pigs were inoculated in the right hind limb and the left hind limb served as a healthy control.
The beneficial effects of ScB against I/R injury have been proposed in the heart [20] and brain [21]; however, the underlying pharmacologic effect of ScB on hind limb I/R injury remains elusive now.
No histological change was observed in the lung tissue, hind limb muscle, and spinal skeletal muscle of the SHZH05 strain-infected (C, F, and I) or mock-infected mice (A, D, and G).
At this stage she was paraparetic, meaning her hind limbs were partially paralysed leaving her unable to walk or stand on her own.
Occasionally while chasing, the male pangolin rose on its hind limb with forelimbs extended apart and walked bipedally few steps towards the female pangolin to mount her (Figure 1(m)).
grafted on the hind limb of the corresponding dogs of group B
"Mounting from the rear, he put his forelimbs on her shoulders, lifting one hind limb across her back and twisting his tail under hers," suggested Dr Beverly Halstead in Omni, a science magazine.