unossified

unossified

(ʌnˈɒsɪˌfaɪd)
adj
free of bone(s)lacking a bony structure
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In dose group 25.0 ug/g B.W almost all fetuses with unossified skeletons were observed (Fig.
Velvet antler, the unossified antler of Cervus elaphus, is well known as an animal-based folk medicine widely used in Asia as an alternative oriental medicine to treat various diseases including osteoarthritis, myocardial infarction, hypertension, breast cancer, and PC [20-24].
Radiographic clues to fractures of the unossified medial humeral condyle in young children.
The unossified posterior part of the fused palatal process forms soft palate.
Broken bones, immature unossified (children) bones, and those having deformity (e.g.
(Materials examined listed in Appendix I) Birdsong (1975) first proposed the tribe Gobiosomatini (see Smith & Baldwin (1999)) for discussion on spelling of tribe name) as a monophyletic assemblage to include 19 genera of New World gobiids based on the presence of the following characters: (1) vertebral count of 11 precaudal, 16-17 caudal; (2) first dorsal pterygiophore pattern of 3(221110); (3) scapula unossified; and (4) first 2 anal pterygiophores inserted anterior to the first haemal arch.
Pectoral-fin rays beginning to develop by 13.6 mm; complete but unossified by 15.5 mm; ossified by about 20 mm.
Radiographic features include oval vertebral bodies with anterior beaking and unossified femoral heads with proximal femoral valgus deformities and broad, flat (wine-glass shape) ilia.
Characterization of heparin sulfate from the unossified antler of Cervus elaphus.