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bac·u·lum

 (băk′yə-ləm)
n. pl. bac·u·la or bac·u·lums
The bone of the penis of many mammals, including most rodents, carnivores, and nonhuman primates. Also called os penis.

[New Latin, from Latin, rod, stick; see bak- in Indo-European roots.]

baculum

(ˈbækjʊləm)
n, pl -la (-lə) or -lums
(Zoology) a bony support in the penis of certain mammals, esp the carnivores
[C20: New Latin, from Latin: stick, staff]
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The collected bats samples were identified up to the species level and were released and those specimens that were not identified in the field were brought to the laboratory and their skulls and bacula were prepared and measured following (Bates and Harrison, 1997; Bates et al., 2005; Javid et al., 2011; Salim et al., 2016; Salim et al., 2017).
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These technologies include Network Function Virtualization Orchestrator (NFVO) from Netcracker, Software Defined Networking (SDN) controller from Juniper-Contrail, Virtual Infrastructure Manager (VIM) from RedHat-Openstack, and a set of automation and operations tools like Ansible, Zappix, git-lab, ELK, and Bacula.
In addition, the Museum has various other material from the same or additional individuals, including bacula, whole skeletons, skins, and various soft tissues (Table 1), bringing the total number of bears that contributed specimens to this collection to 717 individuals.
The number of bacula was counted from 60 pollen grains in a scale of 900 [micro][m.sup.2] where the counting area was the center of the pollen grains and subdivided in 10 [micro][m.sup.2] squares.
After 24 hours, the stained bacula were dissected out of the tissue under a dissecting microscope with fine forceps and stored in glycerin in a labeled test tube (Bates et al.
Our descriptions and comparisons of bacula among genera and species followed Hooper and Musser (1964) for Thomasomys and Diaz de Pascual and Pefaur (1982) for M.
Major Armando Gutierez, head of the PA's 8th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office identified the surrenderee as Jose Gula Bacula Jr., alias Echo or Jopay.
Even though Nasua nasua is listed as low concern, in Tumbes we believe it should be categorized as Data Deficient or Vulnerable because local people hunt males for their bacula which is erroneously thought to increase sexual properties in men.
Penis bone, formally called a 'bacula', which helps animals keep their penises erect for intercourse, doesn't exist in the bone structure of the human man, but it is found in many other mammals, including chimpanzees and gorillas.