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Synonyms for bone

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time


Synonyms for bone

rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates

the porous calcified substance from which bones are made

a shade of white the color of bleached bones

study intensively, as before an exam

consisting of or made up of bone

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As described above, zinc and copper play important roles in bone development via their actions on collagen, while manganese-dependent enzymes promote formation of the proteoglycan matrix in the cartilage model for developing bone.
The study, headed by Thomas Clemens, PhD, the Lewis Cass Spencer professor of orthopaedic surgery at US-based John Hopkins Medicine, has identified a unique communication between bone and pancreas cells through which insulin signals in osteoblasts, cells responsible for bone development.
But Chen's investigation is apparently the first to suggest that obesity, induced by the high-fat regimen, may turn off (downregulate) this gene, thus suppressing robust bone development.
Researchers concluded that maternal first-trimester dietary factors are associated with childhood bone mass, suggesting that fetal nutritional exposures may permanently influence bone development.
Other experts warn insufficient vitamin D in children can cause poor growth, cramps, impaired lung function and rickets, which affects bone development and can lead to bowed legs.
Run in a computer program, they can help predict the effects of different environments on bone development.
Optimal trace mineral nutrition provides several benefits to the animal, including improved growth performance, immune development, structural integrity of tissues, bone development and strength, protection against oxidation and enzymatic activity.
Contract awarded for Caro bone development project conducted a public campground design services
The researchers say their findings are the first to confirm the negative impact of smoking on adolescent girls' bone development during the most critical years.
Washington, Feb 14 ( ANI ): Increased physical exercise in the early twenties augments bone development and may trim down the risk of fractures in later life, a new study has revealed.
They explained that calcium - a nutrient in milk more commonly associated with healthy bone development - may affect the growth of bowel adenomas, benign tumours that can become malignant.
The researchers fear bone development may have been impaired by increased soft drink consumption and decreased milk consumption.
Cats of both sexes neutered at 7 weeks showed no significant differences in bone development, body weight, fat, or behavior from cats neutered at 7 months.
The standing power chair eliminates unnecessary lifting and improves circulation, digestion, bone development, and pressure management.
The "Eat Smart, Play Safe" initiative encourages moms to nourish their kids' bodies and brains by supporting diets rich in important nutrients and vitamins, such as omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA, vitamin D, calcium and iron, which together aid in children's brain, eye, heart and bone development.