10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «XENOGENOUS»
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Implants and Restorative Dentistry
Figure 3.5 Xenogenous bone substitute of bovine origin (Bio-Oss®) for
augmentation after sinus floor elevation. Thin section (20 \i.m) of a tissue sample
taken with a trepan drill from the region of the augmentation 7 months after the
Gerard M Scortecci, Carl E Misch, Klaus-Ulrich Benner, 2001
Photosynthetic Pigments of Algae
If the genomes were known to arise from different classes of prokaryote, the
xenogenous origin of plastids could be considered proven. Although the plastid
genome of the Rhodophyceae probably derives from the Cyanophyceae (Bonen
Issues in Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery: 2011 Edition
Research findings, 'Early failure of xenogenous de-cellularised pulmonary valve
conduits-a word of caution,' are discussed in a new report. According to recent
research from Erlangen, Germany, “The longevity of valved right ventricle to ...
Principles of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Right: a coronal view of the 'lifted' ellipsoid trapdoor increasing the height of bone
available to place implants by the placement of autogenous, allogenous, or
xenogenous bone underneath the trapdoor. (b) 'Tenting' up of the lining of the ...
The fertilization of ova in the oviduct of a foreign species, xenogenous fertilization
(XF), (DeMayo et al., 1980; Hirst et al., 1981), has been achieved with hamsters,
mice, squirrel monkeys, bovine and even human ova (Edwards et al., 1966).
Monitoring in Coastal Environments Using Foraminifera and ...
... neck siliceous vermicular, main body xenogenous; 2a, agglutinated
Cucurbitella; 2b, detail of partially xenogenous test; 2c, completely xenogenous
test; 2d, completely autogenous test 2a 2c 2d EXAMPLES OF XENOGENOUS
TESTS 2 3 4 ...
David B. Scott, Franco S. Medioli, Charles T. Schafer, 2001
The Biology of Cyanobacteria
12.4.2 How the xenogenous origin hypothesis might be proven The xenogenous
(endosymbiotic) hypothesis for the origin of plastids enjoys current favour (Taylor,
1979; Whatley et al., 1979; Dodson, 1979; Doolittle, 1980), largely through the ...
N. G. Carr, Brian A. Whitton, 1982
The CRC Handbook of Mechanical Engineering, Second Edition
Materials from natural origin may be xenogenous (i.e., obtained from other
species) or autogenous (i.e., obtained from the patient). Xenogenous biological
materials from nonhuman animals are commonly used for soft tissue replacement
NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN ANIMAL BREEDING
The oviductal environment of pseudopregnant rabbit does has been found
capable of supporting fertilization of the squirrel monkey and of the golden
hamster, a process referred to as xenogenous fertilization (DeMayo et al. , 1980).
Biomaterials Engineering and Devices: Human Applications: ...
Xenogenous BG Xenogenous (hetero) grafts can be divided in two main groups:
cross-species BGs and artificial material implants. 3.4.1. Cross-species BG The
cross-species (mostly bovine) BGs must be specially treated, because of genetic
Donald L. Wise, Debra J. Trantolo, Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski, 2000
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «XENOGENOUS»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term xenogenous
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Vital Questions, Part 2
And how could it come about that a maggot's genome would merge with a housefly's, or a caterpillar's with a butterfly? The answer is xenogenous fertilization. «ScienceBlog.com, May 15»
The New ABCs of Raising a Litter
Xenogenous (orig.: the litter): Pronunciation: zĕnŏʹjənəs. Caused by or originating from an external or foreign body. Example: Daddy was on ice. Yellow Finch ... «American Kennel Club, Apr 15»