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(biology) a branching or armlike part of an animal

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2), whereas control scorpions that had their brachium painted exhibited predator avoidance by preferentially selecting the arm of the control chamber (88.5%, n = 26; binomial asymptotic P < 0.001; Fig.
Secondly, the MRI findings were of multiple, small, patchy T2 weighted hyperintensities, mainly involving the posterior pons and left brachium pontis.
Carlan and coworkers found that the radial nerve is in contact with the posterior aspect of the humerus from 17.1 cm to 10.9 cm proximal to the lateral epicondyle before becoming lateral to the humeral shaft and piercing the lateral intermuscular septum, entering the anterior compartment of the brachium. (3) It can then be identified in the interval between the brachioradialis and the brachialis muscles.
The rapid development in recent decades, molecular biology techniques and genomics have also impacted the development of patents directed to practically all culture areas related to crustaceans with commercial importance, including the genus Macro brachium. In our first classification in this study, patents including such techniques were selected along the traditional genetics (crosses and desirable heritable characteristics) to form a separate thematic section.
Skin temperature: Skin temperature was measured directly over the biceps mid brachium using an infrared sensor (DermatempTM Infrared Temperature Scanner.
However, viviparous and macro brachium are also suitable for rice fields.
Additional affected areas were the caudal dorsum in the region of the pelvis, the ventrum extending caudally to the tail (Fig IB), the ventral aspect of both wings extending from the distal brachium to the proximal antebrachium, and the hind limbs extending from the proximal tibiotarsus to the distal tarsometatarsus (Fig 1C).
This allows for a painless elbow motion and maximizes the likelihood of full functional restoration of the brachium while the anatomically reduced and internally fixed distal humeral fracture fragments heal.
This picture has also been reported in bilateral thalamotomy performed for Parkinmson's disease, in lesions in the supplementary motor area and bilateral edema in the brachium pontis/conjunctivum or superior cerebellar peduncles (8, 24, 25).
(25) In primatology brachiation (from 'brachium', Latin for 'arm'), or arm swinging, is a form of arboreal locomotion in which primates swing from tree limb to tree limb using only their arms.
Unus Postumius ictus saxo, perfracto capite acie excessit; non dictatorem umerus volneratus, non Fabium prope adfixum equo femur, non brachium abscisum consulem ex tam ancipiti proelio submovit.