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Synonyms for bone

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time

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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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Also, the iodine in salt helps with thyroid hormone development, which aids in metabolism, bone development, and more.
For example, calcium is vital for strong bone development in humans and reptiles.
There are various causes of arthritis in dogs such as traumatic injuries, obesity, failure of proper bone development and many others.
This caused T cells in the bone marrow to secrete a protein called Wnt10b known to be critical for bone development. By contrast, treatments that inhibited the expansion of regulatory T cells prevented bone formation induced by LGG and butyrate, the researchers explained.
This caused T cells in the bone marrow to secrete a protein called Wnt10b, known to be critical for bone development. By contrast, treatments that inhibited the expansion of regulatory T cells prevented bone formation induced by LGG and butyrate, the researchers explained.
Moreover, transcriptomic and epigenetic comparisons with mouse skeletal stem cells revealed evolutionarily conserved pathways regulating the stem-cell-mediated formation of skeletal tissues, as well as divergent molecular pathways that may regulate species-specific differences in bone development and skeletal structure.
Rickets - problems with bone development from a lack of vitamin D and calcium
The decrease in overall physical activity and increase in daily sedentary time has been shown to negatively influence bone mineral accrual in boys during puberty (Ivuskans et al., 2015; Vaitkeviciute et al., 2014), while mechanical loading of athletic training is a positive factor for skeletal strength and bone development during the same time period (Gruodyte et al., 2010a; Parm et al., 2011a; 2011b).
By analysing bone development we can look at a whole host of evolutionary traits," the lead author of the new study, Dr Fabien Knoll from the University of Manchester, (http://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/news/127-million-year-old-baby-bird-fossil-sheds-light-on-avian-evolution/) said in a statement.
Kathleen, who has previously described Phil as "one of the kindest, most loving humans I've met", added: "And the dinner and cake were amazing too!" Phil, who has diastrophic dysplasia - a disorder of cartilage and bone development which means he stands at 3ft tall - now hopes to be able to move to Seattle.
The AR system helped in planning and confirming reconstruction of the underlying facial bones, for example, in a patient with a congenital bone development disorder and another patient with a complex facial fracture.
PLAYING football can improve bone development in adolescent boys, new research shows.
Rickets, a Victorian-era condition that affects bone development in children, is linked to a lack of Vitamin D.