10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PHARYNGES»
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Biology of Turbellaria: Experimental Advances
Stephan ('65) reported instability in the number and position of pharynges in a
laboratory strain of Dugesia tigrina in which, apparently due to duplication or
three pharynges would lie parallelly to each triplication of the main body axis, two
Interrelationships of the Platyhelminthes
F) and G) Bases of epidermal cilia with rootlets; to same scale, hg, hindgut; m,
mouth; n, nerves of basiepithelial plexus; ph. pharynx; st, stomach. pharynges are
even homologous among the turbellarians, however, is problematic. Sterrer and
D T J Littlewood, R. A. Bray, 2000
Morphology, Molecules, Evolution and Phylogeny in Polychaeta ...
Ventral pharynges are used for scraping or licking off food particles from the
substrate or they function as devices for processing food particles inside the
oesophagus. Usually parts of the cuticle in the ventral pharynges are
differentiated for this ...
Thomas Bartolomaeus, Günter Purschke, 2006
The Biological Bulletin
Furthermore, if the union in these forms had been ventral, the pharynges would
certainly not have been found in the positions in which they lie, but would have
been much nearer together in the central portion and side by side instead of end
Issues in Cancer Drugs and Therapies: 2011 Edition
For additional information, contact P.W. Krug, Viral Immunology Center, Georgia
State University, PO Box 4118, Atlanta, GA 30302 USA. (2010 OCT 19) Gifu
University: Failure to detect Mycoplasma genitalium in the pharynges of female
Genetic Analysis of the ALP/Enigma Family of Cytoskeletal ...
The retention of ordered contractile elements was consistent with our observation
of sporadic muscle contractions in the eat-1 mutant pharynges and provides
further evidence that the basis of the pharyngeal pumping phenotype is not due
to a ...
Caroline Rose McKeown, 2007
Issues in Global Environment—Biology and Geoscience: 2013 ...
According to news reporting originating from Copenhagen, Denmark, by
VerticalNews editors, the research stated, “Independent sucking/swallowing
pharynges, as found in members of at least ten animal phyla, are pharynges that
are opened ...
The Anatomy and Physiology of the Mammalian Larynx
Those individuals who have been provided by nature with pharynges and oral
cavities whose dimensions, openings and tissue properties produce harmonic
partials of richness of timbre or clarity of words are unusually fortunate. 'Great' ...
Donald Frederick Norris Harrison, 1995
Bryn Mawr College Monographs. Reprint Series
Figure 11 shows a worm with two complete heads, two axial guts, and two
pharynges. Sections showed that two median nerve cords extended back a short
distance from the two brains, then united into one cord which extended back
nearly to ...
Textbook of Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases
Chapter. 51. Globus. Hystericus. (Globus. Pharynges). It is a functional disorder
in which the patient complains of a lump in the throat. There is no dysphagia.
Examination reveals nothing significant in the throat. The patient often has a
Mohammad Maqbool, Suhail Maqbool, 2013
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PHARYNGES»
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Smoking Still Big in Cuba
The dangerous habit can also cause cancer of the pharynges, larynges, esophagus, bladder, urinary and biliary tracts, pancreas, kidney, ... «Havana Times, Aug 14»
Afghan soldiers graduate from Combat Lifesavers Course
... given the proper techniques of inserting a nasal pharyngeal, and immediately put their training to practice as they applied nasal pharynges to ... «DVIDS, Jun 13»
Stacey May Fowles: The First Time
After the mysterious development of a permanent “lump” in my throat (“globus pharynges” to those in the know), lasting a full three weeks and ... «National Post, Feb 11»
New Species Friday 10/30/09 – Ophryotrocha fabriae
What I really like about polychaetes though are the wicked eversible pharynges! You think that its mouth (the upper left end of the worm above) ... «Deep-Sea News, Oct 09»