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ab·o·ma·sum

 (ăb′ō-mā′səm)
n. pl. ab·o·ma·sa (-sə)
The fourth division of the stomach in ruminant animals, such as cows, sheep, and deer, in which digestion takes place.

[New Latin abomāsum : Latin ab-, ab- + Latin omāsum, tripe; see omasum.]

ab′o·ma′sal (-səl) adj.

abomasal

(ˌæbəʊˈmeɪsəl)
adj
(Zoology) of or relating to the abomasum
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.abomasal - relating to the abomasum (the fourth compartment of the stomach of ruminants)abomasal - relating to the abomasum (the fourth compartment of the stomach of ruminants)
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En dos tubos vacutainers que se llenaron con unos 10 mL de liquido abomasal, posteriormente se contabilizaron 49 nematodos adultos de Haemonchus spp.
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