Palaeochelys bussenensis Meyer, 1847 and Palaeochelys astrei (Bergounioux, 1935)) by characters such as the absence of very wide first vertebral scute
and pygal plate, relative to their lengths.
Effect of dietary citric acid supplementation and partial replacement of dietary fish meal with soybean meal on calcium and phosphorus of muscle, scute
and serum of Beluga, Huso huso.
347) suggested that this scute
might belong to a "hoplophorid?
We determined the sex of individuals based on plastron hollow, anal scute
gap, tail shape and reproductive behavior (copula and nest digging) (Pritchard and Trebbau, 1984).
Only a few of the scutes
remained in place and the turtle had obviously been dead for several months or longer.
Mercury values in muscle, scute
, and claw samples differed significantly among diet groups, and these tissues displayed the expected pattern of Hg in carnivores > Hg in omnivores > Hg in herbivores (Figure 2).
A secondary goal was to determine whether bacterial abundance differed between scute
centers and sulci (the growth zones between scutes
Bears Bluff biologists have learned that a suitable place to tag small fish may be under the third cranial scute
, a large bony plate.
The new species lacks a nuchal scute
and is distinguishable from other species of the genus by the presence of a obscure dorsal surface with white spots of different size and irregularly arranged; three or five longitudinal rows of dorsal papillae; salivary glands diffused in the parenchyma; six pairs of crop caeca, the posterior pair forming post-caeca or diverticula.
10 Another ingredient of Minor Bupleurum Combination is Scute
, also called Chinese skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis), which has been shown to stimulate the production of interleukins (IL-5, IL-6 and IL-10) in hepatitis C patients.
It is a member of the flagellifer species group, diagnosed by the presence of short superciliaries scales, with five or more suboculars, three or four rows of lorilabials, the simphisial scute
narrower than rostral, commonly in contact with sublabials, and with caudal spines abruptly developed.
hutchisoni is emended as follows: Similar to Emydoidea blandingii (Holbrook) in having an elongated nuchal bone and cervical scute
impression, but differing in having the nuchal somewhat shorter and wider; cervical scute
area not raised; and cervical scute
impression wider dorsally and narrower ventrally than E.