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Synonyms for intestine

the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus

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This rabbit dead, the Abbe Adelmonte has its entrails taken out by his cook and thrown on the dunghill; on this dunghill is a hen, who, pecking these intestines, is in her turn taken ill, and dies next day.
Surprising as this union of separate individuals in common stock must always appear, every tree displays th same fact, for buds must be considered as individual plants It is, however, natural to consider a polypus, furnished wit a mouth, intestines, and other organs, as a distinct individual whereas the individuality of a leaf-bud is not easily realised so that the union of separate individuals in a common bod is more striking in a coralline than in a tree.
The brain it was customary to withdraw through the nose; the intestines through an incision in the side; the body was then shaved, washed, and salted; then laid aside for several weeks, when the operation of embalming, properly so called, began.
Scientists then could determine which drug worked best on that patient's intestine.
Wil Dasovich declared that he was 'alive and well' after surgery on his large intestine to eliminate the remaining cancer in his body.
Epithelium of posterior intestine was thin, translucent and squamous with dense blood capillary network underground, while there were no folds on mucous membrane surface.
The objective of the present study was to investigate the effect of in ovo injection of [alpha] - galactosides on the development of the intestinal villi in the small intestine of broiler chickens.
The tunica muscularis is composed of two layers of smooth muscle consisting of an inner circular and outer longitudinal layer in the small intestine.
ABSTRACT: The aim of study was to observe histopathological changes caused by Raillitena tetragona Molin 1858 (Cestode) and Ascaridia colunbae Gmelin, 1780 (Nematode) in the duodenum of intestine.
Results: For confirmed NEC group, the detection rate of portal venous gas (PVG) and dilatation of intestine by abdominal ultrasound was obviously higher than by plain X-rays (P<0.
2%) and esophagus was the commonest site (41%) followed by stomach (24%), intestine and rectum (34%).
As you may recall, the small intestine is over 15 to 20 feet long.
The intestine is a complicated structure, says UCLA stem cell biologist James Dunn.
Part of the small intestine telescopes inside the intestine ahead of it, rather like a finger of a glove being turned inside out.
The mature worms get to reside and mate in the small intestine.