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alimentary

[¦al·ə¦men·trē]
(biology)
Of or relating to food, nutrition, or diet.
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1994; Cinar and Senol, 2006), the main histological organization of the alimentary channel of teleosts is similar.
In 1937, Ladd defined "alimentary tract duplications" as congenital malformations that involve the mesenteric side of alimentary tract and share a common blood supply with the native bowel.
The alimentary tract mucosa which has the onus of physiological adaptation to incoming food, digestion, absorption, and onward transmission is expected to react and get adjusted to the changed physiological state.
The occurrence of alimentary tract duplication cysts was first document in 1733 by Calder.
Mayo & (b)Cmd Medical Ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at 3 Bellgree Drive, Tyrrellstown, Dublin 15 & (c) Alimentary Health (Nominees) Ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at Building 6500, Cork Airport Business Park, Kinsale Road, Cork & (d)Carlisle Promotions Ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at 41 Central Chambers, Dame Court, Dublin 2 & (e)Drumahurk Software Ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at 5 Drumahurk , Butlersbridge, Co.
Revenue from sales of oncology, alimentary tract and metabolism, as well as cardiovascular system products increased by 32.
The Butt Out simplifies field dressing by enabling hunters to quickly remove the alimentary canal from deer and similar-sized animals.
The topics include epithelial cells, nervous tissue, the alimentary tract, the endocrine system, and male and female reproductive systems.
Manama: March 12 -- (BNA): A delegation from the Florence Nightingale Hospital, comprising alimentary system and liver specialists visited the Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) and began examining Bahraini patients who had earlier undergone liver transplant operations in order to ascertain their health condition and follow up their needs.
Congenital alimentary tract malformations are rare developmental errors that can be present at almost any part of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Contributed by US and European specialists in equine medicine, the cases are in random order and consist of questions and answers (along with some color photos and images) regarding differential diagnosis and treatment plans for disorders of the eyes, alimentary tract, respiratory tract, cardiovascular system, liver, reproductive system, urinary tract, skin, nervous system, endocrine system, hematopoietic and immune systems, infectious diseases, parasites, and foals.
In Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal, the digestive system gets an examination.