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baculum

[′bak·yə·ləm]
(vertebrate zoology)
The penis bone in lower mammals. Also known as os priapi.
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In addition to the morphological characteristics, the size and shape of the bacula helped in clear identification of captured Pipistrellus species.
Others have been donated by private collectors or public institutions; for example, the -300 skulls donated by Aarhus University, which also donated a number of bacula (Table 1).
1D), The distal portion of the shaft lacks a distinct head, The base is 60% of SL and is shaped as an inverted dome constrained on the ends; ventrally, well-developed lateral processes form a concavity on the base with a medial bulge, One of three bacula we examined exhibited a medial constriction on the shaft, The cartilaginous trident is long in proportion to SL (about 45%); both enlarged lateral digits are similar in size to the blunt medial digit.
Bacula was active in the insurgency movement since 2007, but he reportedly told the PA that he had long been "uneasy and had no peace of mind," fearful that he would be arrested at any time by government soldiers.
However, the relatively long bacula measuring 9.1 inches suggests that it was a sexually selected trait that females used to assess mate quality.
The phosphatized nanostructures are reminiscent of the baculate sets of a living brachiopod Discinisca tenuis, where bacula are embedded in the matrix consisting of biopolymers, such as glycosamino glycans (GAGs) and chitin (cf.
It seems the HBC accumulated walrus bacula from the northern sea coasts (probably a "guy thing" then, too), and the men in charge of the forts--the "factors"--stored the bones away for special occasions.
Special thanks to Jacqueline Woodrow, Scott Reed, Zach Bagley, Brett Lowry, Chris Nettles, Robert Mollenhauer, Kyle Rice, Dan Ardt, Tom Bacula, Steve Hooley, Ryan Hamm, Abe Bear, Debbie Morton, Mariah Wise, Megan Rosinski, Andy Gima, Adam Chatlton, Jessica Hoffmeister, Kimberly Ralston-Hooper, Mark Zimmerman, Ryann Cripe, Ryan Hellmann, Bill DeBoer, Brent Haubenriser, Kim Maravilla, and Kenny Wetzel for field assistance in the completion of chemical measurement.
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We sexed beavers by palpating for bacula (Osborn, 1955).
In the Bacula community in the north of Milan, 150 Roma people living under