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tomium

[′tō·mē·əm]
(vertebrate zoology)
The cutting edge of a bird's beak.
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Imperva Inc (NYSE:IMPV), a company that develops, markets, sells, services and supports business security solutions, revealed on Thursday that it has acquired real-time mainframe security auditing agents from Tomium Software, for an undisclosed amount.
The company stated that the Tomium Software solution improves the security of z/OS mainframe environments by permitting continuous auditing of DB2 and IMS database activity with efficiency and comprehensive event monitoring, with the monitoring agents streaming real-time audit data to the Imperva SecureSphere platform, a centralised security management and reporting framework.
dicolorus, the sex-discriminating variables were the culmem (upper beak dorsal line), tomium (upper beak ventral line), lower corneous beak length (Iower beak ventral line) (p<0.001) and cloacal aperture (distance between extremities of the pubic bone) (p<0.01), ail of which were bigger in male than in females (Table 1).
Los parametros estadisticos significativos que son utiles para distinguir el sexo en estas especies son la longitud del culmen y del tomium, la longitud del pico corneo inferior y de la cloaca.
When the beak was manipulated, a small amount of bleeding was noted from the caudal aspect of the tomium at the commissure of the mouth.
The only part of the maxillary beak that remained covered by normal keratin was the caudal two-thirds of the right side extending from the oilmen to the tomium.