ciliary muscle

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ciliary muscle

[¦sil·ē‚er·ē ′məs·əl]
(anatomy)
The smooth muscle of the ciliary body.
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The soil control and aloe (Aloe ciliaris [Xanthorrhoeaceae]) treatments were not included in the snail shell height and snail mass statistical analyses because fewer than 3 snails survived to 70 d post treatment.
Allelopathic effect of seed and leaf aqueous extracts of Datura stramonium on leaf chlorophyll content, shoot and root elongation of Cenchrus ciliaris and Neonotonia wightii.
Land use changes effect on floristic composition, diversity and surface occupied by Erica ciliaris and Erica tetralix heathlands of NW Spain.
3200-3600 Digitaria Haller Digitaria ciliaris (Retz.
The species Cenchrus biflorus, Cenchrus ciliaris, Aristida funiculata, Tribulus longipetalus, Mollugo cerviana, Indigofera hocstetteri, Euphorbiaprostrata, Gisekiapharnaceoides, Dipterygium gluacum, Capparis decidua, Calligonum polygonoides and Ochthochloa compressa were found much associated toS3 and the soil layer L1, as they had maximum number of seeds.
Ber), Cenchrus ciliaris (Cci), Cymbopogon jwarancusa (Cjw), Dactyloctenium aegyptium (Dae), Dichanthium annulatum (Dan),
5) such that Anaptychia ciliaris, Bacidia subchlorotica, Caloplaca ferruginea, Enterographa crassa, Graphis elegans Graphis scripta, Hyperphyscia adglutinata, Parmelia caperata, Physcia aipolia, Physcia adsendens, Physcia tenella, Teloschistes chrysophthalmus, Roccella phycopsis, Roccella vicentina and the genus of Cladonia.
dhamann grass Cenchrus ciliaris, bhabbar Elionurus hirsutus, khawi Cymbopogan jwarancusa and Jhonson's grass Sorghum halepense were severely damaged by porcupine diggings as it consumed the subterranean organs of the grasses, and thus affected the grazing capacity of range lands.
Hair tint composition containing Lawsonia alba as a main component and one or more auxiliary components selected from Centaurum erythraea, Rhei Rhizoma powder, lichen Cetraria ciliaris and Variolaria.