milk line


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milk line

[′milk ‚līn]
(embryology)
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AMS and the milk line were automatically washed four times a day with alkaline three times and with acid once, respectively (at 00: 00, 06: 00, 12: 00 and 18: 00).
5,6) Ectopic breast tissue can be present anywhere along embryonic milk line extending from axilla-to-inguinal region.
During the sixth week of embryonic life, the mammary milk lines, which represent two ectodermal thickenings, develop along the side of the embryo, extending from the axillary region to the groin.
Three ears per replication were collected to evaluate the black layer formation and milk line development and 50 ears per replicate were collected to evaluate seed physiological quality.
It develops between the sixth and eight gestational weeks into a thickening of this ectoderm into the embryological milk line [4].
It is believed that polythelia results from the persistence of ectodermal ridges along the milk lines which normally regress during the third month of intrauterine development.
maker of the GanedenBC30 probiotic strain, recently launched a probiotic milk line by Guernsey Farms Dairy of Northville, Mich.
When the timer reached a set point, the udder box went down, the automatic valve opened the milk line and the radio cassette played a tape of sow nursing grunts.
The company has invested a significant amount of money to bring its coconut milk line of products to market quickly and safely, Tucker said, declining to disclose a specific amount.
Canus Vermont LLC has a very, similar strategy for marketing its Calms Goat's Milk line of skin and bath care products.
Pasta, potatoes, pizza or a pint of milk line the stomach and slow down the absorption of alcohol.
As you can see from the picture on the right, there's a milk line that runs down the body from the armpits to the groin, and many animals retain it.