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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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However, only 1 of 7 cSTAG animals had spared white matter in the ventrolateral funiculus (Section 3.2).
After stabilization of the spinal column by clamping the T9 and T11 vertebrae, direct injection into the exposed dorsal funiculus was performed using a silicon-coated glass micropipette (with outer diameter of 50-80 [micro]m) attached to a 10 [micro]L Hamilton syringe (Hamilton, Reno, NV) mounted on a micromanipulator.
23, Table 1); stalks glossy brown, broad apical parts blackish pruinose posteriorly, funiculus uniformly brown, clothed in whitish pruinosity, IVB small, almost equal to diameter of eye stalk, base of IVB a minuscule elevation of about 0.25 diameter of stalk (Fig.
For example, Yamashita et al suggested that the extent of vacuolation of the dorsal funiculus was in the order of lignocaine=tetracaine >bupivacaine >ropivacaine (2).
Sasaki et al (45) observed that the dorsal funiculus of the spinal cord was demyelinated with X-irradiation treatment, followed by microinjection of ehidium bromide.
Each ovule is connected to the placental tissue of the ovary by stalklike funiculus. The ovule develops two outer layers, the integuments, which enclose the nucellus tissue within.
Tissue sparing at the site of SCI could possibly have the secondary effect of providing a descending pain inhibitory system with greater integrity as a result of neuroprotection; more specifically, the sparing of descending fibers such as the serotonergic medullary raphespinal tract that travels in the dorsolateral funiculus [40] and/or the catecholaminergic coerulospinal pathway originating in A5 and other nuclei could have this effect [41].
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Moriyasu and Lanteigne (1998) described 14 developmental stages that roughly correspond to the 12 identified for BKC, plus two earlier stages prior to, and during, funiculus formation; analysis of morphometry did not distinguish such stages in BKC embryos.
La palabra, derivada del funiculus latino, diminutivo de funis: cuerda, esta presente en espanol desde el siglo XVIII.
2.3 Denique sancte tuis Rx 2.1 Hic quem tibi gemini v./Rx 2.1 Funiculus vix Rx 2.2 At postquam extuleras v./Rx 2.2 Mortem futuram Rx 2.3 Multa patos populo v./Rx 2.3 Beatus primum bouns Ant.
They reach the top of the spinal cord at birth and they continue to descend in a specialised part of the cord called the dorsal funiculus. Dorsal funiculus refers to the uppermost part of the spinal cord.