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hindlimb

the pelvic limb; back leg.
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2002) Changes of mechanoreceptor in anterior cruciate ligament with hindlimb suspension rats.
This has been often linked with the ability of males to eliminate competition because robust hindlimbs allow amplectant males to expel rivals through kicking (Wells 1979).
In addition, the scientists found thousands of genetic switches, called enhancers, which regulate the timing and levels of gene expression and show differences in activity between forelimbs and hindlimbs at these key stages of wing development.
Previous studies suggest that Bach1 deficiency may protect against oxidative tissue damage in murine models of lung, liver, intestine, pancreas, and cardiovascular disease [6-11], and we have shown that Bach1 suppresses angiogenesis in mice with surgically induced hindlimb ischemia (HLI) [2].
This was evident since, following complete injury of the posterior funiculus via a precise, left hemisection of the cervical spinal cord, the animals developed motor paralysis of the fore- and hindlimbs on the affected side (left), while the motor function on the opposite side (right) remained intact.
A 3-year-old male pintagol presented with a history of swelling in the dorsal region of the third digit of the left hindlimb.
00% for all analyzed traits); the highest values were shown for the hindlimb (9.
Functional-adaptive analysis of the hindlimb anatomy of extant marsupials and paleobiology of the Paleocene marsupials Mayulestes ferox and Pucadelphys andinus.
Hindlimbs of UADZ 8477, including posterior surfaces of the thighs, are black with pale spots and reticulations.
Ungulate Limbs: Horse, cow, flightless bird, and human hindlimbs * The bone labeled #1 is homologous to which labeled bones in the other two limbs?
Instead of crawling or using its front and hind legs to pull itself through the sand, the sandfish tucked its forelimbs and hindlimbs close to its body.
Our data suggest that a cervical graft completely reverses behavioral sensitivity measured in the hindlimbs about equally as well as a lumbar graft.