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(Science: anatomy) Denoting a position more toward the cauda or tail, than some specified point of reference, same as inferior, in human anatomy.

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... http://www.liveinternet.ru/showjournal.php?journalid=2443535&tagid=1022068 Etc. Further. Human embryo at an early stage has gills, caudal fin ... But he can not use them. This is because genetic technology support was lost when the larva was in the placenta. Or in the egg. Macro-devolution ...

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by LeoPol
Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:40 am
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Theories - Origin of Life
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Crysectioning thymus

... see the medullary and thymic epithelial cells? Say my mouse thymus is about 5mm thick...can I start 1 mm in? Should my sections be along a rostal-caudal axis? Thank you!

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by BP180
Thu Feb 05, 2009 8:33 pm
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Crysectioning thymus
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back flow of blood

... blood. One more step behind looking at the more simpler circulatory systems such as fish, they have but 2 chambers. Although they have small "caudal" hearts to help the retun of blood to the hearts to be yet again oxygenated via the gills. How efficient would it be if some of the blood ...

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by nugget
Tue Nov 14, 2006 7:42 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: back flow of blood
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SENI biometric analysis- Genus: Didosaurus

... Skink: Leiolopisma telfeirii (underlined). The Round Island Skink also gives a SENI value of .06. The Round Island Skink is a species capable of caudal autonomy. This skink is often seen darting in the underbrush or between rocks. Brian L. Schnirel LCRC

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by Brian - LCRC
Sat Aug 26, 2006 1:27 pm
Forum: Evolution
Topic: SENI biometric analysis- Genus: Didosaurus
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The Cape Verde Giant Skink: Macroscincus coctei

... longer hindlegs than the female. Andreone/Gavetti described the tail as being prehensile but Pether however, wrote that the tails were capable of caudal autonomy and it was shown in individuals-particularly males. Bartleia describes older individual males having thick, hanging dewlaps-unusual ...

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by Brian - LCRC
Sat Aug 26, 2006 1:18 pm
Forum: Evolution
Topic: The Cape Verde Giant Skink: Macroscincus coctei
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