gracilis


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gracilis

(ˈɡræsɪlɪs)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy a thin muscle on the inner thigh
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This flap is easier to raise and less bulky than the gracilis muscle flap.
gracilis Celak.has been collected from different localities and afforded number of new and known alkaloids.
Macrophyte culture medium with Eichhornia crassipes has shown high growth and protein content of Ankistrodesmus gracilis when compared to conventional culture medium (Sipauba-Tavares et al., 2009, 2011).
We performed combined anal sphincteroplasty and counterclockwise rotation manner gracilis muscle transposition procedure by transperineal access to provide the ischioanal fossa access in a male patient suffered from complet fecal incontinence (FI) for one year following low anterior rectal resection operation.
MONDAY, March 26, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- The gracilis flap can be designed as a functional double paddle flap for a multivector facial reanimation after facial paralysis, according to a study published online March 22 in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery.
TYRUR SHAY, a 40-1 chance with the sponsor to go one better than last year's second in the Star Sports Derby at Towcester, is set to start galloping again in the near future following last autumn's gracilis injury which threatened his career, writes Jonathan Kay.
The saffron cod (Eleginus gracilis) is a gadid fish distributed from the northern Gulf of Alaska (GOA), around the Pacific Rim into the Sea of Okhotsk, and into the Arctic Ocean abutting the North Pacific Ocean (Cohen et al., 1990; Mecklenburg et al., 2016).
Healthcare company Kemin Industries stated on Monday that it will supply and market BetaVia ingredients, immune-supporting beta-glucans sourced from a proprietary strain of algae (Euglena gracilis) in the US dietary supplement and functional foods and beverages markets in partnership with Valensa International.
gracilis have been examined in Texas (Doty and Dowler, 2006; Nieswenter and Dowler, 2007; Nieswenter et al., 2010).