a.1.Of or pertaining to osteology.
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Cheruvu, "Prevalence of sacral spina bifida occulta and its relationship to age, sex, race, and the sacral table angle: an anatomic, osteologic study of three thousand one hundred specimens," Spine, vol.
The other investigated group consisted of 137 dry skull specimens (which served as a control group) taken from the osteologic collection (20th century) of the Institute of Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Zagreb.
Among all osteologic specimens in which the presence of an abnormal AIIS morphology was determined (138 hemipelvises), 59.42% were Type 2A, 12.32% were Type 2B, and 28.26% were Type 3.
In summary, the osteologic and histological studies suggest that the small hadrosaurid bones from the sites of Serraduy del Pon and Beranuy pertain to individuals that almost reached total somatic maturity (i.e., final adult size).
Osteologic discs were purchased from BD Biosciences (San Diego, CA, USA).
The RAW264.7 cells were inoculated into osteologic discs at a density of 5 x [10.sup.3]/mL (approximately 500 cells per well in 100 [micro]L of medium) and incubated for 24 h in a 37[degrees]C, 5% C[O.sub.2] incubator to induce OC differentiation of the RAW264.7 cells.
The age and sex determination was made by regular methods described in different osteologic handbooks and standards (Acsadi & Nemeskeri 1970; Ubelaker 1978; WEA 1980; Brothwell 1982; Buikstra & Ubelaker 1994; Bass 2005).
Therefore, localizing the detection electrode according to standard osteologic reference points is to be avoided.
recommendations for that matter, take into account the location of motor points, muscle tendons and osteologic references [20].
The original osteologic configuration of the avian wing allows passive synchronization of elbow and wrist during both flexion and extension.
It is certainly not an estrildid; it exceeds the variation in that family on 11 of the 26 tabulated osteologic characters of the skull.
Based on some osteologic aspects of Lile gracilis, Vivero and Romero-Castillo (1990) proposed that the allopatrical processes led to the persistence of neotenic characters.