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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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In the case of some modern day birds, limited bone development in hatchlings would lead young birds to become highly dependent on their parents for feeding and care.
The study authors said adolescence is the key period for bone development and poor development at this stage is linked to reduced peak bone mass, increased fracture risk and osteoporosis later in life.
However, this slower pubertal maturation did not affect BMD accrual in our gymnasts as regular high-impact weight bearing physical activity appears to be the most important determinant of bone development during maturation in these athletes (Maimoun et al.
Stem cells of the suture mesenchyme in craniofacial bone development, repair and regeneration," Nature Communications, 2016; 7: 10526 DOI: 10.
Effect of breeder age on bone development of broiler chicken.
Magnesium also plays an integral part in bone development and structure making it essential mineral for growing children.
The new reporter system is the first of its kind for human pluripotent stem cells and is important for identifying certain agents and pathways that mediate early stages of human bone development.
Endocrinol Metab Clin North Am 2003;32:39-63), bone impairment may represent an important issue for the specific Romanian cohort of HIV-positive patients, "yesterday's children, today's young adults", as they received antiretroviral treatment (ART) early on in childhood, during the period of bone development.
So far, no studies on the impact of ERT on bone development in humans have been completed.
Widely recognized for its role in maintaining a healthy immune system, vitamin C also is a major player in bone development.
Early supplementation and calcium-rich diets can ensure maximum bone development, but if parents are not educated on the appropriate delivery, this opportunity could be missed.
The same proteins that help heart cells communicate also play a role in brain function, bone development, and insulin production in the pancreas.
The group of researchers in The Netherlands and in Germany have found in their studies in zebrafish and mice that injection of human plastin 3 (PLS3) or related proteins in zebrafish where PLS3 action has been suppressed can replace its loss and repair the bone development anomalies associated with this deficiency.
Among the topics are vitamin D, bone development and remodeling, the surgical management of hyperparathyroidism, heredity disorders of the skeleton, and disorders of calcification.