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The ejection of solid, liquid, or gaseous material from a volcano.

What does it mean when you dream about an eruption?

An eruption, such as a volcanic eruption, usually indicates the forceful breakthrough of unconscious material—repressed thoughts or urges—into consciousness. More generally, an eruption may indicate an upheaval in one’s life.

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There would also be a risk of decreased growth of the alveolar process which is dependent on tooth eruption which would complicate future orthodontic treatment with difficult space closure and unfavourable tooth angulation.
In this paper we analyze, define and describe the age categories of six species of medium and large mammals, based on morphological and biological parameters like tooth eruption and wear, and mean weight.
Tooth eruption and exfoliation are the terms given to the normal process of a pet's baby teeth being replaced by permanent adult teeth.
Age estimates from tooth wear and tooth eruption pattern have been proposed for wolves Canis lupus, coyotes Canis latrans, sea otters Enhydra lutris, spotted hyenas Crocuta crocuta, leopards Panthera pardus and other carnivores (Garshelis 1984, Stander 1997, Landon et al.
Despite to involving unerupted permanent teeth, primary failure of tooth eruption involving primary teeth was declared by many authors (Hayashi-Sakai et al.
estimation of chronological age, may be required [1] The main criteria for forensic age determination in the relevant age group based on odontological examination are tooth eruption and tooth mineralization, both developmental biological features.
Delayed tooth eruption and suppressed osteoclast number in the eruption pathaway of heterozygous Runx2/Cbfa1 knockout mice.
The extent of tooth eruption and rate of tooth formation in the fossil youngster resembled corresponding measures for European 7-year-olds today, the researchers say.
Body size (incisor arcade width of adult moose) and body condition index (timing of tooth eruption in yearlings) of the Seward Peninsula population were compared to other Alaskan moose populations.
A Any deer over 5% years old can be difficult to age with the normal tooth eruption and wear technique.
Perhaps for this reason, the "clinical" symptoms of severe hypothyroidism in animals, including reduction in litter size, body weight, and brain size, and a delay in developmental landmarks such as tooth eruption and eye opening, have come to be viewed as cardinal developmental effects of TH insufficiency.