kinked tail

kinked tail

a deformity in dogs and commonly Siamese cats. Caused by multiple coccygeal hemivertebrae. Occasional cases in calves, usually associated with other skeletal deformities.
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Few of the intercross offspring have had a cowlick or kinked tail.
Most of these cats' sperm have kinked tails or double heads or droplets on their tails, all of which are abnormal conditions," he says.
com/customerheader -- The new Customer Header section at the Molex Web site allows engineers to customize Molex KK, C-Grid, and Milli-Grid header types by choosing from a variety of pin lengths, kinked tails, and surface-mount and circuit-voiding options.
Complex, kinked tails, consisting of dust and ionized gas, have also been detected by telescopes.
The mini-SAS system provides board designers with a variety of options, including three different tail lengths on the through-hole shields, kinked tails and SMT options.