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tho·ra·ces

 (thôr′ə-sēz′)
n.
A plural of thorax.
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thoraces

pl de thorax
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As this distance increases, there is increasing separation of the conjoined twins; the heads separate first, followed by the thoraces, while the number of limbs increases from four to a maximum of seven.
Secondary to severe kyphoscoliosis and short thoraces, changes in chest wall anatomy were imminent in many ISD patients; these often implied increased risk for respiratory dysfunction.
Beetle remains (Coleoptera: Olophrum latum Maklin and Latridius protensicollis Mann., including multiple elytra, heads, and thoraces from each species) and fly (Diptera: Heleomyzidae) puparia were selected to examine the reliability and practicality of [sup.14]C dates on insect remains.
Management of parapneumonic effusions, J Empyema thoraces during a 10-year period (1952-67).
DNA was extracted separately from individual worker honey bee thoraces (AHB/EHB testing) and abdomens (Nosema testing) using a salting-out procedure with in-house reagents (Sambrook & Russell 2001).
Body part treatments: Bioassays using body parts showed that alien heads (p < 0.001), alien thoraces (p < 0.05), alien head+thorax (p < 0.05) and alien thorax+gaster (p < 0.05) were threatened and bitten significantly more than the corresponding nestmate body parts (Fig.