proventricular


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proventricular

pertaining to or emanating from the proventriculus.

proventricular dilatation syndrome
see macaw wasting disease.
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14) These standard surgical approaches are indicated most commonly for removal of foreign bodies that are not removed easily with endoscopy or proventricular lavage.
fissispina en patos con severas lesiones en traquea, pulmon, corazon, higado, pancreas, bazo, rinon, serosa intestinal y mesenterio, asi como formacion de numerosos nodulos en la pared proventricular.
In North America, birds infected with ABBV-1 have exhibited nonsuppurative inflammation of the central, peripheral and autonomous nervous systems and associated neurologic and gastrointestinal clinical signs, including proventricular stasis.
Proventricular dilatation diseases (PDD) is also termed as Macaw wasting syndrome was first recognized in the late 1970's in macaws imported into United States and Germany (Bouette and Taylor, 2004).
Reports differ on whether or not the inner surface of the proventriculus is toothed, and on what counts as teeth: one study claimed that absence of proventricular dentition is an autapomorphy of the Euphasmatodea (Tilgner et al.
Proventricular trituration in adult carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae).
Segun SVENSON & WHITING (2004) forman un grupo monofiletico, basado en ciertos caracteres entre los que se encuentran: presencia de patas anteriores raptoriales, postclipeo bien definido, proyecciones cerca al apice de femures anteriores, perdida de un denticulo proventricular y fusion de los neuromeros abdominales II y III.
Similarly, the hemin storage gene is responsible for proventricular adhesion.
The gastrointestinal tracts from each bird were later thawed and the contents removed and separated into esophageal, proventricular, and ventricular contents.
A serious gastrointestinal disease of birds is proventricular dilatation disease, (PDD).