intersegmental


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intersegmental

(ˌɪntəsɛɡˈmɛntəl)
adj
occurring or situated between segments
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Due to PVAc membrane that exists above Tg possess a large intersegmental polymer chain motion [31, 32].
As a result, the limited intersegmental hydrogen bonding can occur between the carbonyl groups of hard segments in the hard domain [24].
Treatment options include massage therapy, spinal decompression, intersegmental traction, and chiropractic adjustments.
As a chiropractor I'm enabled to diagnose and see how intersegmental articular biomechanics of the human body in general, and in the spinal column in particular, effect the functionability and level of health each patient enjoys.
Developmentally, vertebral arteries are formed from cervical intersegmental arteries which arise from the dorsolateral aspect of the dorsal aorta.
Distinguishing features: Dark grayish green with intersegmental lines wax-powdered, about 1 mm long and 0.45 mm broad.
4 Segmento abdominal VIII no separado de los segmentos anteriores, linea intersegmental VII-VIII no se prolonga hasta el pliegue submarginal; cubiertas pupales alargada ...
The rewards of such a model are evident in California, a state with a robust enrichment and "intersegmental" transfer alliance system supported by the Honors Transfer Council of California (HTCC) (Kane 37).
For Tg[(BACmpx:GFP).sup.i114] X Tg[(fli1a:EGFP).sup.y1] transgenic fish, embryos with 2-3 disruptions in the intersegmental vessels, but with no defect in the dorsal artery or caudal vein, were selected to ensure that neutrophils could travel through the main vessels of the embryo to reach the target destination (Supplementary Figure 1 available online at https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/6530531).
Wilke, Influence of a follower load on intradiscal pressure and intersegmental rotation of the lumbar spine," Spine, vol.
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