morphometric


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mor·pho·met·ric

(mōr'fō-met'rik),
Pertaining to morphometry.

mor·pho·met·ric

(mōr'fō-met'rik)
Pertaining to morphometry.
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The present study provides detailed morphometric information of dry typical cervical vertebrae in Turkish population.
The results of morphometric analysis of the Shishper Basin are presented in Table 1 and 2 and in Figure 2.
In spite of high aquaculture scope, very limited morphometric and molecular studies have been conducted for this fish species.
The morphometric analysis of linea aspera found the most common location of maximum width to be at the level of lower one-third of linea aspera.
Present study evaluated the effect of time of offering feed and ambient environment on growth, morphometric and carcass traits in Japanese quail chicks.
The equation determined the morphometric relationships between variables (SH, SL, SW, and BW): log Y = log a + b log X, where log Y and log X are the log shell size (SH and SW) or total body weight (BW) and Log shell size (SL, SH, and SW), respectively, while Log a is the intercept and b is the slope.
This is a descriptive study related with the morphometric measurement of 30 dry skulls of North Indian adults of either sex that were used from the set of bones available in the Department of Anatomy.
In this study, estimates of the morphometric relationships, growth parameters, and natural mortality of three clam species are used as estimated primary inputs for fishery management of new fishing areas of the bivalve molluscs: Megapitaria aurantiaca, Megapitaria squalida, and Dosinia ponderosa, in the north of the Gulf of California, to generate information on the population dynamic of the species which could serve to sustain fishery management measures.
The outcome was encouraging, because there are few barriers to implementing morphometric analysis in small-scale fisheries.
Compression of the vertebral artery (primarily during extensive rotation of the head and neck) and consequential vertebrobasilar ischemia with symptoms such as headache, vertigo, photophobia, dizziness, head and neck pain, gives significant clinical importance to morphometric analysis of the posterior arch of the atlas vertebra [23-28].
We also examined the relationships between otolith morphometric measurements (length, width, and radius) and fish total length.