musculature


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musculature

1. the arrangement of muscles in an organ or part
2. the total muscular system of an organism
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Mortensen documented larval musculature in the cidaroids Eucidaris metularia (Lamarck, 1816) (subclass Cidaroidea) (1937) and Prionocidaris baculosa (Lamarck, 1816) (subclass Cidaroidea) (1938).
On farms where these data were generated, the animals were selected based on an index formed by conformation, finishing precocity, and musculature characteristics at weaning and yearling, scrotal circumference at yearling, and days to gain 160kg from birth to weaning and 200kg in the post weaning-yearling periods.
This novel model system provides us with an excellent opportunity to untangle the contributions of the central nervous system and the peripheral musculature involved in song production to the savings of vocal motor skills.
Aside from the additional TV time that he craved, he felt that his 'super' musculature needed even more pumping up-and being rich and lazy, he didn't want to have to work out in a gym to attain the enhancement.
In this condition, muscle relaxant should be given locally to relieve spasms of musculature besides regular physiotherapy to decrease inflammation and increase circulation to musculature.
This slight elevation of the zygomatic musculature is commonly observed among major singing artists who adhere to the international school of resonance balancing.
1998) have described in details the musculature of the CS and have shown that continuous CS musculature was visible along the length of the CS.
Tadpoles in developmental stages later than 31 can have large blotches on tail musculature and a pigmented vent.
In addition to entrenchment of the facilitation/inhibition pattern of musculature by the nervous system, once the upper crossed posture has been assumed for a long time, this posture is further entrenched by the formation of fascial adhesions in the tissues.
Lumbar rotation, an exercise to stretch and strengthen key musculature around the hips and lower back: (Targets the abdominals and the iliotibial band, which runs along the outside of the hip and thigh.
Pre-rehearsed lines flow from hydrostatic musculature and amen, the woodpeckers have yet to return.
Washington, Feb 2 ( ANI ): Research group led by Professor Silvia Arber at the University of Basel's Biozentrum and the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research has now discovered, that many neurons in the spinal cord send their instructions not only towards the musculature, but at the same time also back to the brain via an exquisitely organized network.