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epaxial muscle[e¦pak·sē·əl ¦məs·əl]
Any of the dorsal trunk muscles of vertebrates.
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After biometric measurements, Approximately 2g of the epaxial muscle
on the dorsal surface of the fish from each sample were dissected washed with distilled water, dried in filter paper, weighed, packed in polyethylene bags and kept at -20C until analysis.
Osseous spinal pathology and epaxial muscle
ultrasonography in Thoroughbred racehorses.
For analysis, 2-5 g of epaxial muscle
from the dorsal surface, whole liver and four gill racers from each fish dissected were collected, weighed and dried at 70 oC for 24-48 h until they reached a constant weight.
In vitro estimates of power output by epaxial muscle
during feeding in largemouth bass.
Changes in the structure and function of the epaxial muscle
of rainbow trout (O.
Water-soluble protein extracts were obtained separately from epaxial muscle
and combinations of eye and brain and stored at -60 C.