postoral


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postoral

(ˌpəʊstˈɔːrəl)
adj
(Anatomy) situated at the back of or behind the mouth
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The total body length, the stomach length, and the average length of the postoral arms from the posterior margin of the larva to the arm tip were measured using ImageJ (https://imagej.nih.gov/ij/).
Blood plasma glucose and specific insulin were measured after 1, 2, and 3 h postoral consumption of 75 g anhydrous glucose after overnight fasting.
Praepineal and paired lateral fields on the dorsal surface, and postoral and ventrolateral fields on the ventral surface of the cephalothorax can be distinguished (Obruchev & Mark-Kurik 1965, p.
A) Right antenna (A2) (ap = adhesion pad), postantennal process (PAP), maxillule (MX1) and postoral process (POP), ventral; B) Left mandible, posterior; C) Right maxilla, anterior; D) Right maxilliped, anterior; E) Sternal furca, ventral.
Preference for food or sugar solutions is due to the sweet flavor taste and postoral effect of sugar that may lead to food addiction [16].
Levinseniella (L.) carteretensis [1] is the only species included by Heard [7] into the group III, which is very similar to the new species described herein, but differs due to the absence of a pair of lateral auricular papillae in the oral sucker and a postoral muscular ring; in addition, it bears a weakly developed male papilla and 7-10 accessory atrial sacs.
This allele was also associated with reduction in serum insulin levels in a postoral glucose tolerance test [39].
Diabetes status was based on a history of doctor diagnosis, a fasting plasma glucose [greater than or equal to] 7.0mmol/L, and/or a 2-hour postoral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) plasma glucose >11.1mmol/L as recommended by the WHO [14].
Mouth small and transverse, positioned well forward on ventral surface of head, its width 1.2 (1.3) in snout length; short barbel on each side of ventral snout, its length 5.2 (4.6) in snout length; maximum width of lower labial flap 5.0 (5.3), length of postoral fold (upper labial furrow) 3.4 (3.1), length of lower labial furrow 4.5 (5.3), all in snout length; teeth pavement-like, composed of numerous rows; individual teeth broad-based with single posteriorly-directed cusp, the cusps of innermost rows more developed.
Risk Factors for Falls MODIFIABLE NON-MODIFIABLE Walking Problems Age * Muscle weakness Female Gender * Balance Problem White * Foot Problems History of prior fall * Medical conditions affecting walking (arthritis, Parkinson's disease) Medications * Taking 4 or more medications High risk medications (sleeping pills, sedatives, some antidepressants, heart medications, blood pressure medications) Vision problems Dizziness or postoral hypotension Home hazards * Poor lighting * Loose carpet, throw rugs * Lack of handrails on stairs * Uneven surfaces inside or out Chronic illness Memory problems or cognitive impairment Fear of falling causing limitation of activities [FIGURE 1 OMITTED]