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Synonyms for carcass

Synonyms for carcass

the physical frame of a dead person or animal

Synonyms for carcass

the dead body of an animal especially one slaughtered and dressed for food


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Sarcophaga ruficornis (Fabricius) (Sarcophagidae) was collected only from the control carcass, whereas five species were present only on the partially burned carcass: Atherigona orientalis Schiner (Muscidae), Titanogrypa larvicida (Lopes), Helicobia aurescens (Townsend), Helicobia morionella (Aldrich) and Sarcodexia lambens (Wiedemann) (Sarcophagidae).
We set up 10 boxes with a screen designed to force a choice of carcass.
Moscow: Russian scientists claimed yesterday they have discovered blood in the carcass of a woolly mammoth, adding that the rare find could boost their chances of cloning the prehistoric animal.
Other reasons for lamb carcass rejection include injection site abscesses, carcass injury or bruising and arthritic joints.
The injuries to the neck of the deer and the way the carcass had been consumed were thought to be highly indicative of big cat activity.
The champion carcass gave considerably more valuable than the other class winners," said Asda senior red meat trader Jim Viggars.
Weight of empty carcass, warm and cold carcass, chilling loss, warm and cold carcass yield, measurement in cm of carcass, leg and forearm length, cushion thickness of chilled carcass, amount of muscles, bone and fat, determination of longissimus dorsi muscle area and thickness of subcutaneous fat, carcass conformation, physiological maturation and participation of the three main commercial cuts: flank, forequarter, hindquarter were calculated, following Arboitte et al.
The carcasses processed at a commercial processing plant are more hygienic than manually produced carcass or meat.
On the other hand, detection probability p is influenced by the carcass persistence probability (s), i.
The use of suitable weighing scales to determine live and carcass weights is absent Ghana [9].
Prior to the introduction of ContiAlert, the end user was only aware that they had maximized their belt life when the carcass became fully exposed," Marchant continued.
Pathogens released from an animal carcass and health problems in residents living near landfills where these carcasses are disposed are a public health concern [2].
That means, after most of it has been eaten, make use of the leftover carcass as well.
In this context, this study aimed to evaluate the effects of feed restriction on the carcass characteristics of castrated Caninde goat kids.
Australian production team Terra Australis captured footage of what appeared to be a shark feeding a whale carcass Tuesday in Fremantle.