ear length

ear length

[′ir ‚leŋkth]
(anthropology)
A measure of the maximum distance along the anterior-posterior axis of the ear.
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ceylonicus specimens was 5.85+-1.04g, head and body length was 51.30+-6.46mm while their mean ear length was 12.16+-1.81mm.
Data comprised of following body measurements and milk production traits:Head length, Head girth (above and below eyes), Ear to ear distance, Mouth width, Ear length and Ear blade width, Neck length and neck girth, Body weight, Body length, Heart girth and Body depth at heart, Belly girth and Body depth at belly, Ribs sprung and belly sprung, Rump length, rump width at back and front, Rump height and withers height, Tail length, tail diameter and circumference at base, mid and end, Forelimb (sole to elbow), Fore arm, shank and thigh circumferences, Hind limb (sole to stifle), Teat length, teat diameter and teat circumference, Teat placement(distance between tips of two teats), Lactation milk yield and lactation length.
Number of ears per square meter, ear length, number of rows per ear, number of grains per row, and mass of a thousand grains were evaluated.
The lengths of each corn ear and the diameter variation along the ear length were determined, and the number of grains in vertical rows and horizontal rings were counted.
The previous studies mainly inclined to assess ear length and width, lobule length and width, conchal length and width, and the types of lobule (attached, intermediate, and free types).
brosseti (see Simmons & Voss 1998), except ear length, hind foot length, forearm length, and zygomatic breadth.
Hair is an essential requirement - preferably over ear length but no longer - and facial hair is an advantage too.
He is described as white, 6ft 3in tall, of stocky build and with a slightly crooked nose and dark brown hair which is over ear length.
Herrera," F = female, M = male, A = adult, sub-A = subadult, TL = total length, TaL = tail length, Ta = tail, HfL = hind foot length, EL = ear length, SGL = skull greatest length, CBL = condylobasal length, NL = nasal length, ZW = zygomatic width, IOW = interorbital width, BCW = brain-case width, PW = palate width across molars, MT = maxillary tooth row.
All these characters exhibited reduced expression under water stress; however, this was less for such characters as plant height and ear length. These observations confirm earlier findings of Govindaraj et al.
Measurements of (a) ear diameter (ED) using calipers, (b) ear length (EL) using a numbered ruler, (c) number of grains per row (NKR), and (d) number of kernel rows per ear (NR) were taken from five randomly separated ears in each plot.