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Synonyms for serratus

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The following muscles may be found to be lengthened and taut/tight: rhomboids, middle and lower trapezius, serratus anterior, longus colli and capitis, infraspinatus and teres minor, and thoracic paraspinals (erector spinae and transversospinalis).
A degree of shortness in the full muscle or part of the muscle may be present in serratus anterior.
Usov, "Structure of a fucoidan from the brown seaweed Fucus serratus L," Carbohydrate Research, vol.
serratus (Petranka, 1998; Johnson, 2000; Trauth et al., 2004), the red-backed (striped) and lead-backed (unstriped) phases.
Four successive levels with radically different associations are recognized: the Syntrophopsis magna and Dikelokephalina, Nyaya and Tersella, Apatokephalus serratus and the Megalaspides beds.
Gwymon danheddog - Fucus serratus, toothed wrack neu serrated wrack
A full body massage then used the warmed VOYA Angelicus Serratus organic massage oil before a shoulder and neck rub, ending with a gentle massage of the temples.
Once SSM has been completed, breast reconstruction commences with an incision along the lateral border of the pectoralis major muscle, and a submuscular pocket is created deep to both the pectoral and serratus muscles.
(Curran, 1938) Eumerus dolichocerus + + Dirickx (1998) Speiser, 1915 Eumerus feae Bezzi, 1912 + + + Dirickx (1998) Eumerus maculipennis + + Bezzi, 1915 Eumerus obliquus + + (Fabricius, 1805) Eumerus paulae + + + Dirickx (1998) Herve-Bazin, 1913 Eumerus pipizoides + + Dirickx (1998) Speiser, 1915 Eumerus serratus Bezzi, 1915 cf.
Insect pests inventoried in the storage period were groundnut seed-beetle, Caryedon serratus and a more commonly encountered red-flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum.
The anti-fungal compounds were found on the surface of Callophycus serratus, a seaweed found in waters off the Fiji islands.
Both the serratus anterior and latissimus dorsi muscles were mobilised and preserved (figure 3).