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Sand and diatoms in contents of alimentary canals typically indicate benthic-feeding behaviors (Wilde et al.
The structure of the alimentary canal and jaws changed concomitantly.
Like specimens from the alimentary canal, specimens from products of conception are frequently accessioned and often contain tiny fragments of tissue, which may contaminate other specimens.
The permeability of the cuticular lining of the insect alimentary canal.
According to our original hypothesis, at least small amounts of CA VI leak from the salivary glands or are absorbed from the alimentary canal into the bloodstream because of its high expression and secretion in the salivary glands.
The Butt Out simplifies field dressing by enabling hunters to quickly remove the alimentary canal from deer and similar-sized animals.
The epithelium differs throughout the alimentary canal and is adapted to the specific function of each part of the tube.
Detection of VP3 with the antibody preparation using whole worker ants was observed, however, the response was less clear compared with alimentary canal preparations.
The text, which hinges on powerful and sometimes powerfully repulsive images--you are prompted to visualize all your problems as a large lump trapped in your alimentary canal and to imagine propping a tumor against a door and slicing into it--is shattered, allusive, grotesque.
Cardiovascular disorders, alimentary canal & metabolism and general anti-infectives remained the top selling therapeutic categories in Japan, registering 2008 sales of $14.
In the time it takes to sup a pint, you can overhear a detailed description of the function of the alimentary canal, learn the best way to make coq au vin, and be told the difference between 100-30 and 5-2.
The active medicinal principle of apple is pectin; natural therapeutic ingredient found in the inner portion of the rind and the pulp, which aids in detoxification and which also protects the protein matter in the alimentary canal.