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ap·pen·di·ces

 (ə-pĕn′dĭ-sēz′)
n.
A plural of appendix.
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Because the growing exotic pet trade has put enormous pressure on many species of turtle, lizard and gecko, CITES added a range of these species to the Appendices.
tools and equipment according to appendices 1,2 to the documentation 14 pcs.
The US Department of Interior Fish and Wildlife Service(USFWS) in a letter to Ministry of Climate Change (MoCC) had conveyed that in preparation for the 18th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora(CITES)(COP18), the USFWS had invited the public to provide them information and recommendations on animal and plants species to be considered as candidates for US proposals to amend Appendices I and II, of CITES at CoP18.
The US Department of Interior Fish and Wildlife Service(USFWS) in a letter to the Ministry of Climate Change (MoCC) had conveyed that in preparation for the 18th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora(CITES)(COP18), the USFWS had invited the public to provide them information and recommendations on animal and plants species to be considered as candidates for US proposals to amend Appendices I and II, of CITES at CoP18.
Histological examination of the appendices done using the HandE stain.
Type B: Single caecum with two completely separate appendices and divided into two further subgroups.
The above-referenced editorial explains that technical information for several articles would be placed in online-only appendices, and that links to the appendices would be provided in abstracts.
With over 2100 terms and 20 appendices, this book includes a more complete series of neurological and musculoskeletal special tests, as well as available evidence-based data including likelihood ratios, and inter-rater and intra-rater reliability data to support the use of each test.
Sample size was 500, including appendices during surgery in acute abdomen, postmortem, and among dissected bodies.
Appendices have long been considered "vestigial structures." That means we don't actually need them.
Parker further pointed out that Darwin had thought that appendices appeared in only a small handful of animals.
Also, the printed book includes three long appendices: