When yellow pyramidal
traps were used in the study, the traps were positioned on the ground and all traps within a replicate block were spaced 30 m apart and replicates were > 100 m apart.
An innovative educational aid (three dimensional model and a computer aided animation of pyramidal
pathways) was developed and used as a teaching aid for students in "Test" group.
9) Hara et al operated on 4 patients spanning two generations of a Japanese family that exhibited fixation by a bony bar extending from the pyramidal
process to the head of the stapes; in each case, there was a normal stapedius tendon but with a monopod stapes superstructure.
A delicate, triangular-shaped cluster of pink flowers stood out and it was quickly identified as a pyramidal
Each sampled section containing the pyramidal
cells in CA and subiculum regions was collected on slides and then stained with 1 per cent toluidine blue.
We have evidence suggesting that a presynaptic [alpha]2A AR inhibits glutamatergie release in the pyramidal
cell recurrent collaterals of the hippocampal CA3 region, effectively reducing seizures.
profile with a square base can be assumed as closest one to the actual surface of the pre-machined parts.
Supporting the behavioral findings, stereological assessment of CA1 pyramidal
neurons documented greater neuronal loss in KA-treated controls compared to KA-treated rats on the BB diet.
signs usually develop in the second week of illness (1).
UK) From one small facet of an over-engineered piece of architecture--the inverted pyramidal
steel supports of Folkestone's Leas Cliff Hall--originated an incredibly dense artwork, fraught with layers of absurdity, tragedy, spirituality, and comedy.
As well as butterflies, the reserve is home to precious pyramidal
orchids and liquorice plants.
00) tells of a pyramidal
device sent by the Kirin to dominate Earth, which sits in the middle of Chicago no longer growing, but ominously present.