extirpation


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In 1878, the method of partial pulp extirpation was first introduced, called mortal amputation.
piscivore and benthic invertebrate consumers) both correlated to Plains Topminnow extirpation.
78% of subjects (61/90) secured successful pulpal anaesthesia and had no pain or mild pain during access cavity preparation and pulp extirpation while 32.
The per capita extirpation rates (E) were calculated similarly, except that in the place of immigration events we summed extirpation events.
Extirpation was not concentrated at lower elevations or lower latitudes, as would be expected if climate change was killing trees by exposing them to conditions outside their range of tolerance.
Surgical treatments are cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen, extirpation with cauterization of the base, expression and pricking with a sterile needle, photodynamic therapy, and laser.
Keywords: domestication, pig, Pacific, extirpation, agriculture.
In the famous "Think Like a Mountain" section of that book, author Aldo Leopold relates his experience as part of a predator extirpation team that shoots a wolf in the New Mexico desert: "We reached the old wolf in time to watch a fierce green fire dying in her eyes.
The system also identifies species that are at-risk of extirpation and classified as state threatened.
Rafique said the birds that have been considered at the verge of extirpation in Pakistan, include Rufous-bellied Woodpecker.
According to Baurmash (8), complete extirpation of the mucocele must be guaranteed with the extraction of all the glands adjacent to the lesion or its marsupialization to avoid recurrences.
Actually, the composer in question may well be imagined smearing a Steinway with excrement by way of public performance, or else--still more absurdly, perhaps--composing a tract to announce that music is a bourgeois atavism that merits violent extirpation.
Due largely to the efforts of dedicated primate conservationists, and underpinned by considerable public and media interest in the plight of our closest relatives, the world has not lost a single primate species to extinction in the 20th century, and no primate had yet to be declared extinct in the 21st century either, although some are very close to total extirpation.