Bodian


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Bo´di`an


n.1.(Zool.) A large food fish (Diagramma lineatum), native of the East Indies.
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Half of the fetuses of each litter was fixed in bodian for subsequent visceral analysis (Wilson, 1965).
To make experiments with spatial partial coherence in DLHM a section of the head of a fruit fly prepared with Bodians method (Bodian, 1936) was imaged.
32) Mamadou Bodian et El Hadji Malick Sy Camara (2015), << Les religieux musulmans dans l'amelioration du debat public >> dans le vol.
Reich DL, Bennett-Guerrero E, Bodian CA, Hossain S, Winfree W, Krol M.
Focal chromatolysis was considered morphological manifestation of reversible changes in neurons; total chromatolysis was interpreted as the presence of severe irreversible damage (Gersh and Bodian, 1943).
Bodian DL, Klein E, Iyer RK, Wong WS, Kothiyal P, Stauffer D, et al.
Half the fetuses of each dam were fixed in Bodian fluid and serial sections were prepared, according to Wilson (1965) for visceral examination.