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Mouse unit

mouse unit --> Allen-Doisy unit

The quantity of oestrogen capable of producing in a spayed mouse a characteristic change in the vaginal epithelium, namely, disappearance of leukocytes and appearance of cornified cells, as determined by a vaginal smear; equal approximately to one-half of an estrone unit.

Synonym: mouse unit.


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Re: Experimental evidence for evolution

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by jevg
Wed Jul 21, 2010 10:36 am
 
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Topic: Experimental evidence for evolution
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animal size..

... specific". A rhino obviously eats more food in a week than a mouse. However, if you pile up the weekly food intake of a mouse and a rhino ... because while smaller animals have much higher oxygen requirments per unit tissue, they do not have the larger hearts to match to scale. Therefore, ...

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Forum: Zoology Discussion
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