marsupium


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mar·su·pi·um

(mar-sū'pē-ŭm),
1. Synonym(s): scrotum
2. Obsolete. A pouch or sac; for example, in marsupials.
[L. pouch]

marsupium

(mär-so͞o′pē-əm)
n. pl. marsu·pia (-pē-ə)
1. An external pouch or fold on the abdomen of most female marsupials, containing the mammary glands and in which the young continue to develop after leaving the uterus.
2. A temporary pouch in certain fishes, amphibians, and invertebrates in which eggs are carried until hatched. Also called brood pouch.

marsupium

(1) An obsolete synonym for scrotum.
(2) The pouch of marsupials.

marsupium

the pouch of a MARSUPIAL mammal.

marsupium

pl. marsupia [L.] pouch; the scrotum.
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Antihyperlipidemic effect of flavonoids from pterocarpus marsupium.
Two generations were obtained to register the time of marsupium development and release of juveniles; from the second generation 36 juveniles were settled likewise to obtain the same parameters.
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The coefficients of variation for the means of the 3 samples taken from the homogenate of each marsupium were small, ranging from 0.
Above it, there is a woody layer dominated by blaka or dawra (Anogeissus latifolia, Combretaceae) and Terminalia tomentosa (Combre-taceae), together with salai or luban (Boswellia serrata, Burseraceae), bijasar or pitasara (Pterocarpus marsupium, Leguminosae), and the tendu or coromandel ebony (Diospyros melanoxylon, Ebe-naceae).
Permeability of the marsupium of the pipe fish Syngnathus fuscus to [14C]-alpha amino isobutyric acid.
At this moment of reflection, I am reminded of how different my mental conception of the piece has become in the months since it emerged from the marsupium of the practice room.
Sabinsa's Silbinol is obtained from dried heart wood of Pterocarpus marsupium and standardized for minimum 90% pterostilbene.
Evaluation of antihyperglycemic and hypoglycemic effect of Trigonella foenum-graecum, Linn, Ocimum sanctum, Linn and Pterocarpus marsupium, Linn in normal and alloxanized diabetic rats.
Cardiotonic activity of aqueous extract of heartwood of Pterocarpus marsupium.
PteroWhite, a natural skin lightener containing 90% pterostilbene from Pterocarpus marsupium, also is an effective anti-aging and anti-inflammatory ingredient.
In the Clinch River, we found that only the medial to posterior end of the marsupium of most individuals still contained glochidia on 20 May 2006 (Table 1).