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tomium

[′tō·mē·əm]
(vertebrate zoology)
The cutting edge of a bird's beak.
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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.
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.
Diagnosis: Emberizinae de tamano mediano distinguible de Zonotrichia y Junco por presentar el rostro corto, ancho y aplanado; tomium de orientacion subhorizontal y con el margen tomial recto en vista lateral; margenes tomiales en vista dorsal concavos (rectos en Zonotrichia y Junco); cresta central restringida a la porcion anterior del surco central.
El tomium, en vista lateral, muestra una debil curvatura ventral, pero es casi recto y se orienta subhorizontalmente.
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.
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.