10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIAPHYSES»
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The Emergence of Whales: Evolutionary Patterns in the Origin ...
Among the terrestrial mammals, Sus, Muntiacus, and Panthera have open
medullary cavities in all of the diaphyses examined, whereas Gulo has open
cavities in the pedal second, third, and fourth metapodials, and trabecular infill of
Sterilisation of tissues using ionizing radiations
VIRUS INACTIVATION IN BONE TISSUE TRANSPLANTS '17' Material and
methods Femoral diaphyses specimen, virus contamination The manufacturing
process for diaphysis transplants included the following steps: preparation of ...
John F. Kennedy, Glyn O. Phillips, Peter A. Williams, 2005
Biological Shape Analysis: Proceedings of the 1st ...
Recently, GM has been used to study long bone morphology, but while this set of
methods is well applicable to epiphyses [1, 2, 3], it is less suited for diaphyses.
The major difficulty in quantifying long bone diaphyseal morphology is due to fact
The Early Modern Human from Tianyuan Cave, China
An additional possibility is a childhood vitamin D deficiency resulting in rickets,
with subsequent bony deposition to mechanically strengthen the bowed
diaphyses and then secondarily a reduction in the original curvatures through
Hong Shang, Erik Trinkaus, 2010
Bone and Joint Disorders
Tubular bones may have a spindle-shape appearance since only the diaphyses
are involved. A laminated periosteal reaction is only associated in the healing
phase. Solitary or multiple, often asymmetric involvement of the diaphyses of long
Francis A. Burgener, Martti Kormano, 2011
Issues in Life Sciences: Zoology: 2011 Edition
We identified regions of interest from the literature and made comparisons of
intraspecific variation between the appendicular postcranium and cranium, the
forelimb and hind limb, the diaphyses and epiphyses of long bones, and the ...
Biosignificance of Harris Lines as Stress Markers in ...
Lyx= Total length of the humerus, or humeral diaphyses, at day x in individual y,
mm Lyx-2=Total length of the humerus, or humeral diaphyses, 4 weeks before
day x in individual y, mm A total of four velocities were calculated, for both
Marta Pilar Alfonso Durruty, 2008
Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast ...
Table 9.6 Ban Chiang Subadults with Possible Infectious Lesions Phase'
Element Description Bilateral Appositional bone on these diaphyses with the old
femoral cortex visible in areas of breakage. A new, and tibial incompletely
Early Modern Human Evolution in Central Europe: The People ...
Those pilasters are only suggestions of clear and separate pilasters at the
nutrient foramen level, but all of the posterior surfaces of the diaphyses are
extended ridges, or pilasters, from the soleal lines to the mid-distal diaphyses.
The soleal ...
Erik Trinkaus, Jiří Svoboda, 2006
Early Modern Humans at the Moravian Gate: The Mladec Caves ...
In addition, cross-sectional geometric parameters (cross-sectional areas and
second moments of area) are provided for the Mladecˇ long bone and metapodial
diaphyses. All of them were reconstructed using polysiloxane molding putty ...
Maria Teschler-Nicola, 2007
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Big toe's big bone holds evolutionary key
Collectively, this offers the potential to better understand functional morphology of long bone diaphyses. Explore further: Early human ancestors ... «Phys.Org, Mar 15»