integumental


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Adj.1.integumental - of or relating to the integument
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Enhanced integumental and ocular amelanosis following the termination of cyclosporine administration.
BRS Tupi' seeds, due to mechanical restriction; this implies that the state of dormancy is not linked with the integumental permeability to water.
A note on integumental (1--> 3)(1--> 6)beta-D-glucan permeation, using the porcine ear skin model.
ALLODERM[TM] Regenerative Tissue Matrix is an acellular dermal matrix (ADM) used for repair or replacement of damaged or inadequate integumental tissue that, when sutured into the breast pocket, readily incorporates with a patient's own tissue providing the tissue support needed in breast reconstruction.
Their movement from one location to another on fish cause integumental breaks as well as mechanical injuries to the epithelium (Cone & Odense, 1984).
Posterior margin of each thoracic segment bearing small hemispheric integumental projections (Fig.
Small invertebrates with high integumental permeability will dehydrate when exposed to an environment at equilibrium with the vapor pressure of ice, owing to the vapor pressure difference between supercooled water and ice at the same temperature.
The integumental anatomy of the monarch butterfly Danaus plexippus L.
Currently, CTM is indicated for the replacement or supplementation of damaged or inadequate integumental tissue, including, podiatric and orthopedic applications, as well as for homologous use in the management of acute and chronic non-healing wounds.
8%) of the birds had respiratory and integumental aspergillosis, and 37 (15.
Morphological changes of integumental chloride cells to ambient cadmiun during the earling development of teleost, Oreochromis niloticus.
Rain-harvesting in the lizard, Phrynosoma cornutum: behavior and integumental morphology.