canaliculus


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Related to canaliculus: Perna canaliculus, tympanic canaliculus

canaliculus

[‚kan·əl′ik·yə·ləs]
(histology)
One of the minute channels in bone radiating from a Haversian canal and connecting lacunae with each other and with the canal.
A passage between the cells of the cell cords in the liver.

canaliculus

A small channel or groove, as a fluting carved on the face of a triglyph.
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Within this context, Perna canaliculus and Mytilus galloprovincialis make good experimental subjects.
For patients who are undergoing revision surgery, the fiberoptic canaliculus intubation set can be a very useful tool for localizing the lacrimal sac.
The pH of the stomach contents of Perna canaliculus was measured on several occasions and was found to range between pH 6.
The vein of the paravestibular canaliculus (VPVC) runs parallel to the endolymphatic duct and drains the major portion of the semicircular canals and part of the utricle.
Glyco-Flex contains a unique combination of GlycOmega(TM) (Perna canaliculus from an exclusive New Zealand source) plus DMG, Glucosamine, MSM and other active ingredients that have been proven beneficial for dogs requiring joint support.
Great HealthWorks, the makers of Omega XL, a natural, highly purified oil extract from the green lipped mussel; known scientifically as Perna Canaliculus.
The New Zealand Greenshell mussel, Perna canaliculus, is widely farmed in New Zealand and is the most important commercial shellfish in both domestic and export markets (McLean & Bulling 2005).
CT will identify a laterally displaced artery penetrating the floor of the middle ear cavity anterolateral to the cochlea without passing through the enlarged inferior tympanic canaliculus.
Interest in the aquaculture of Australostichopus mollis started during the early 2000s as a result of the high value of the species in Asian markets, and the discovery of the possibility of co-culturing with other aquaculture species in New Zealand, such as the green-lipped mussel, Perna canaliculus, and the native abalone, Haliotis iris (Morgan & Archer 1999, Morgan 2000a, Morgan 2000b, Morgan 2000c, Morgan 2001, Maxwell 2006, Stenton-Dozey 2007a, Morgan 2009a).
A small mass of gold-colored cerumen overlies the exit of the chorda tympani nerve from the posterior canaliculus.
Modelling of suspension-feeding and growth in the green-lipped mussel Perna canaliculus exposed to natural and experimental variations of seston availability in the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand.
Effects of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense on the greenshell mussel Perna canaliculus.