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So when the second stimulus of attack is presented, the encephalon is processing the first, and causes an interference with the second pair of stimulus and response.
493,75 of the Encephalon Medical Consultations 10,00 87 3.
The way from fish to amphibians, from amphibians to reptiles, from reptiles to mammals there was a regular progression of the encephalon up to the appearance of the power to reflect and thinking: from the Homo Habilis to Homo Erectus up to the Homo Sapiens Sapiens.
A comparative study on the external morphology of the encephalon in three fish species belonging to Cyprinidae family: Danio malabaricus, Rasbora argyrotaenia and Amblypharyngodon mola.
barks Patrick Martin, driver of the winged encephalon, his hair a wild Einstein mop.
After amplifying DNA extracted from 35 different parts of the encephalon, a robust PCR band at the expected size (360 bp) was obtained from two samples representing the temporal brain lobe.
Morphologic description in frontal and horizontal incisions of the bovine encephalon (Bos taurus)
In this case, it may be possible that the thalamus and the internal capsule may get involved initially as a result of involvement of right middle cerebral artery, prior to involvement of encephalon by the virus and resulting into the dense hemiplegia and facial nerve palsy.
The decrease in the oxygen supply of 25 to 40% from normal in an ischemic site is tolerated by the encephalon for a short period of time.
Neurotoxic effects of thimerosal at vaccines doses on the encephalon and development in 7 day-old hamsters
SUMMARY: This study analyzed the consequence of malnutrition and/or serotoninergic manipulation during the period of fast growth of encephalon on the somatic development in rats.
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