marsupium


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marsupium

[mär′sü·pē·əm]
(vertebrate zoology)
A fold of skin that forms a pouch enclosing the mammary glands on the abdomen of most marsupials.
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marsupium was collected from a local market of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India.
For centuries, Ayurveda has used Pterocarpus marsupium extracts from the Indian Kino tree to control blood sugar.
The cryptoniscan (last larval stage) larva, which is to become a male, seems to enter the female marsupium in 3rd stage (stage before 1st oviposition).
And maybe one day, law schools will no longer encourage the legal tactic of profundus marsupium.
Pancreatic beta cell regeneration a novel antidiabetic mechanism of Petercarpus marsupium. Indian J.
La zarigueya fue el primer marsupial conocido en Europa a principios del siglo XVl cuando el explorador Alonso Pinzon llevo desde Brasil a Espana un ejemplar y lo presento ante los reyes Isabel y Fernando, quienes asombrados observaban en el animal el saco que poseia en su abdomen; los eruditos llamaron a esta estructura marsupium"pequena bolsa" (GENTRY et al., 2004).
The eggs and mancae in the marsupium of each female were counted; the largest diameter of these was obtained and then classified by developmental stage [11].
A short-term, open-label trial conducted in 13 healthy volunteers evaluated the in vivo activity of a pterostilbene-rich extract (Pterocarpus marsupium).
For parasites, the females were determined by the larger size as compared to males and by visualisation of eggs or embryos in the marsupium.
The Stage III goes through further growth and has developed stalked eyes before being released from the marsupium
The fertilized eggs develop into the larval form (glochidia) in a specialized part of the gills, the marsupium. The next stage of the reproductive process involves the mandatory infection of a species-specific host fish or salamander with the parasitic larvae.