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hind limb

n.
A posterior appendage, such as a leg, wing, or flipper.
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Thus, males were characterised by relatively bigger heads in all three dimensions (length, width and height), longer tails and longer hindlimbs. Females, though, had opposing patterns in the relative proportions of their heads and tails.
Locomotion in non-avian dinosaurs: integrating data from hindlimb kinematics, in vivo strains, and bone morphology.
Motor function score analysis revealed significantly higher hindlimb BBB scores for group A than group B at 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 w after surgery (P<0.05), whereas a significant difference was not observed at 3 d, 5 d, and 1 w after surgery (P>0.05).
The immediate effect of WBVE showed a significant worsening in forelimbs lameness and no statistically significant difference in lameness in hindlimbs.
Hindlimb ischemia models were created in 3-4wk-old Sprague-Dawley rats by applying continuous isoflurane general anesthesia.
In a second study [32], in vivo two-photon calcium imaging was used to examine how response properties of individual neurons and glial cells in reorganized forelimb and hindlimb functional somatosensory maps modified during the recovery period from ischemic damage in the sensory cortex.
In the first case, each hindlimb is followed by one of the fore limbs integrating a four-beat sequence (i.e., a sequence in which each foot in a step cycle hits the ground at a different time).
An 05-years-old Toggenburg male goat was referred to the veterinary care; the main owner complaint was the paralysis of a hindlimb. The goat was coming from a farm where laryngeal paralysis due to severe copper deficiency outbreak was previously reported.
Strain-dependent variation in collateral circulatory function in mouse hindlimb. Physiol Genomics 2010;42:469-79.
somnifera extract at the dose of 300 mg/kg body weight when compared to control group highly significant (P < 0.01) reduction of hindlimb tonic extension and postictal depression in MES.
An adult captive male bateleur eagle (Terathopius ecaudatus) estimated to be 32 years old and weighing 2.4 kg was presented for evaluation of left hindlimb lameness.
Hindlimb ischemia was induced as previously described (PI, n = 7) [40].