carcass


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carcass, carcase

1.The framework of a building before the addition of sheathing or other covering.
2. The frame or main parts of a structure unfinished and unornamented, lacking masonry, brickwork, floors, carpentry, plastering, inside trim, etc.
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We made an equal amount of parental observations on both carcasses throughout the experiment; providing evidence that adult beetles did not have a strong preference regarding time spent on a particular carcass.
But forensic tests found no evidence of cat DNA on the carcass discovered near Woodchester Park, or on the remains of a second deer found a few miles away.
Also celebrating was Dion Jones, 13, who exhibited the third placed steer carcass behind Hereford's Andrew Baker.
Key words: Coliforms count, Indicator microorganisms, Microbial quality, Skinless carcass, Total aerobic count.
An important advantage of our approach is that the formula can be adapted to different distributions of searcher efficiency or carcass removal rates, because it is based on an explicit model of the carcass removal and search processes.
The dressing percentages were then calculated by multiplying the ratio of the carcass weights and the live weights by hundred.
Keener et al reported that carcasses are degraded anaerobically by bacteria inside the carcass and aerobically by bacteria on the outer surface of the carcass [10].
Make the broth: Put the turkey carcass into a large stockpot and pour in the 12 cups of water.
After skinning and gutting, the head (sectioned at the atlanto-occipital joint) and feet (sectioned at the carpal and tarsal-metatarsal joints) were removed to determine the carcass weight including the kidneys and perinephric-pelvic fat.
The company reportedly captured similar footage up North of six huge tiger sharks devouring a whale carcass.