*  Constriction - Wikipedia
Video Anaconda constriction killing a Capybara Pythonidae Shine, R.; Schwaner, T. (1985). "Prey Constriction by Venomous Snakes ... Constriction is a method used by various snake species to kill their prey. Although some species of venomous and mildly ... Instead, a study of death caused by boa constrictors, showed that constriction "shuts off" blood flow (and therefore oxygen) ... Hardy, David L (1994). "A re-evaluation of suffocation as the cause of death during constriction by snakes". Herpetological ...
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*  Apical constriction - Wikipedia
... of microtubules reduces the extent of apical constriction. Although apical constriction is always observed, it is not necessary ... Apical constriction is the process in which contraction of the apical side of a cell causes the cell to take on a wedged shape ... Apical constriction plays a central role in important morphogenetic events in both invertebrates and vertebrates. It is ... In vertebrates, apical constriction plays a role in a range of other morphogenetic processes such neurulation, placode ...
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*  Secondary constriction - Wikipedia
Secondary constriction can be found at a chromosome in addition to primary constriction/centromere. Chromosomes can bend only ... There are either 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 secondary constriction sites in a cell at anaphase. Some parts of these constrictions ... The secondary constriction also contains the genes for rRNA synthesis (18 S, 5.8 S, 28 S) NOR occurs in SAT (satellite ... Secondary constrictions are useful in identifying a chromosome from a set. ...
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*  Amniotic band constriction - Wikipedia
The constriction of appendages by amniotic bands may result in: Constriction rings around the digits, arms and legs Swelling of ... Amniotic band constriction (also known as "amniotic band syndrome", "ADAM complex", "Amniotic band sequence", "Congenital ... This constriction reduces blood circulation, hence causes congenital abnormalities. In some cases a complete "natural" ... Often the bands are detected indirectly because of the constrictions and swelling upon limbs, digits, etc. Misdiagnosis is also ...
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*  Constriction ring syndrome - Wikipedia
The constriction band must be dissected very carefully to avoid damaging the underlying neurovasculature. When the constriction ... Because of these other anomalies the names "Constriction Ring Syndrome", "Constriction Band Syndrome" and "Streeter Bands" are ... constriction rings constriction rings associated with deformity of the distal part with or without lymphedema constriction ... When the constriction cuts of the blood supply to the fingers, the fingers can form a peak with the most palmar digit being the ...
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*  Constriction of video - Wikipedia
In computer field, constriction is a method of decreasing resolution of a video. The video quality is decreased to allow non ... Constriction can be implemented in the software and can be accelerated using a graphics card. A video may contains multiple ... In the case of graphics accelerated constriction how to render it is dependent on the writer of the graphics driver. There is ... no standard which defines whether constriction should be applied to single stream or all streams in the videos.. ...
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*  Post-orbital constriction - Wikipedia
This constriction is very noticeable in non-human primates, slightly less so in Australopithecines, even less in Homo erectus ... Post-orbital constriction is defined by an index of minimum frontal breadth (MFB) behind the supraorbital torus divided by ... In physical anthropology, post-orbital constriction is a narrowing of the cranium (skull) just behind the eye sockets (the ...
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*  throat constriction - Posts
Find throat constriction information, treatments for throat constriction and throat constriction symptoms. ... MedHelp's throat constriction Center for Information, Symptoms, Resources, Treatments and Tools for throat constriction. ... Posts on throat constriction. Feeling of throat constriction makes it difficult to breathe - Respiratory Disorders Expert Forum ... ears plugged/feeling of throat constriction at night - Ear, Nose & Throat Community ...
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*  Re-Constriction Records discography - Wikipedia
Re-Constriction Records released many albums and singles from various bands as well as a number of compilations which were ... Below is a complete listing of recordings released by Re-Constriction between its inception and folding. The label dissolved in ... Re-Constriction Records discography discography at Discogs. ...
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*  3D Constriction Models | TurboSquid
3D constriction models for download, files in 3ds, max, c4d, maya, blend, obj, fbx with low poly, animated, rigged, game, and ...
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*  pathologic constriction
... Summary. Summary: The condition of an anatomical structure's being constricted beyond normal ...
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*  Constriction ring | Define Constriction ring at Dictionary.com
Constriction ring definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it ... constriction ring in Medicine Expand. constriction ring n. True spastic stricture of the uterine cavity caused by a zone of ... muscle undergoing tetanic contraction and forming a tight constriction about some part of the fetus. ...
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*  Einschnürung, Überprüfung auf - | necking/constriction, check for
KudoZ) German to English translation of Einschnürung, Überprüfung auf ....: necking/constriction, check for - [Welding - ... Constriction. Explanation:. ... seems to be an alternative, but of course you´ll want to go for 'checking the necking' :-). ... Also: constriction (Source: BMW terminology database (TERMI), July 2000) HTH!. Beth Kantus. United States. Local time: 07:19. ... azimutale Einschnürung / tangential constriction. Dehnung an der Einschnürungsstelle / local extension (tensile test). ...
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*  Severe persistent visual field constriction associated with vigabatrin | The BMJ
These three cases have the common feature of symptomatic constriction of the visual field two to three years after starting ... Twenty eight months later he noticed constriction of his visual fields. Detailed assessment showed normal acuity with ... One reported case of unilateral visual field constriction was ascribed to an immune mediated anterior ischaemic optic ... Severe persistent visual field constriction associated with vigabatrin BMJ 1997; 314 :180 ...
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*  Structure of the fission yeast actomyosin ring during constriction | PNAS
Structure of the fission yeast actomyosin ring during constriction. Matthew T. Swulius, Lam T. Nguyen, Mark S. Ladinsky, Davi R ... S1A). Ring assembly and ring constriction started at the onset and the end of spindle pole body separation (SI Appendix, Fig. ... Structure of the fission yeast actomyosin ring during constriction Message Subject (Your Name) has sent you a message from PNAS ... If, during constriction, the nodes became too densely packed, individual node assemblies might not be distinguished in the ...
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*  Coronary Myogenic Constriction Antagonizes EDHF-Mediated Dilation | Hypertension
Coronary Myogenic Constriction Antagonizes EDHF-Mediated Dilation. Role of KCa Channels. Simone Gschwend, Robert H. Henning, ... and the development of active myogenic constriction was registered. Myogenic constriction was expressed in percent decrease in ... After development of myogenic constriction, the level of constriction was highly variable between different arteries. In this ... Coronary Myogenic Constriction Antagonizes EDHF-Mediated Dilation. Simone Gschwend, Robert H. Henning, Dick de Zeeuw and ...
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*  Constriction Ring Syndrome Treatments | Boston Children's Hospital
Learn more about Constriction Ring Syndrome treatments from experts at Boston Children's, ranked best Children's Hospital by US ... If your child has deep constriction rings, one or more surgeries may be required to improve the appearance and function of the ... Surgery is usually performed after your child has had time to grow (when he's 6 months to 1 year old), though deep constriction ... If your child has shallow, incomplete constriction rings, he may be treated with a simple day surgical procedure. • ...
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*  Revision history of "Constriction" - Heroes Wiki
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*  Artery Constriction Archives - Better Health - Better Health
Better Health is a network of healthcare professional blogs, offering commentary on news, research, health policy, healthcare reform, true stories, disease management and expert interviews.
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*  Patent US20040133219 - Multi-material constriction device for forming stoma opening - Google Patents
An implantable constriction device for forming a restricted stoma opening in the stomach or esophagus of a patient comprises an ... The constriction device 2 has an adjustment means 16 that can displace the end portions of the nylon band 6 relative to each ... This kind of constriction device, in the form of a gastric banding device, in which a band encircles and constricts a portion ... The kind of constriction device presented initially has also been used for treating heartburn and reflux disease due to hiatal ...
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*  The Convergences Contest: Contest Winner #7: Self-Made Constriction - McSweeney's Internet Tendency
On a perhaps less doleful note, I am also put in mind of the late Donald Barthelme's marvelous short tale (included in Sixty Stories) entitled "I Bought a Little City," which launches out jauntily, "So I bought a little city (it was Galveston, Texas) and told everybody that nobody had to move, we were going to do it just gradually, very relaxed, no big changes overnight.". "What a nice little city," the narrator presently finds himself thinking. "It suits me fine.". Next paragraph: "It suited me fine so I started to change it." He tears down a whole neighborhood and then decides he now must build up a whole new subdivision in which to house the evicted homeowners. But he's stumped as to how to proceed designwise, that is until his friend Bill Caulfield deftly cuts the knot: "He showed me a box. I opened it up and inside there was a jigsaw puzzle with a picture of the Mona Lisa on it. 'Lookee here,' he said. 'If each piece of ground was like a piece of this-here puzzle, and the tree line on each ...
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*  Constriction of Human Umbillcal Arteries | Circulation Research
Constriction of Human Umbillcal Arteries. Interaction between Oxygen and Bradykinin. L. G. ELTHERINGTON, J. STOFF, T. HUGHES, ... Constriction to bradykinin varied directly with the O2 tension and was greatest when the Po2 was approximately that of ... Alpha-receptors were not required for O2 or bradykinin constriction since these agents constricted the umbilical artery after ... enough phentolamine had been given to block constriction by norepinephrine. Because of the interaction between O2 and ...
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*  Constrictions - Biology-Online Dictionary
Constrictions of ureter normal physiological narrowings of the ureter observable in a pyelogram; the uppermost occurs at the ... Constrictions. Revision as of 21:16, 3 October 2005 by WikiConvertor (Talk) ... Retrieved from "http://www.biology-online.org/bodict/index.php?title=Constrictions&oldid=4756" ...
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*  Flow through openings in width constrictions
The present investigation of the flow pattern at constrictions with two to seven openings is a continuation of the earlier ... predicting the backwater caused by the constriction. The division of flow among the openings was related to the relative area ... computing discharge through multiple-opening constrictions, (b) apportioning a given total discharge among the several openings ... Flow through openings in width constrictions. Water Supply Paper 1369-D. By:. Jacob Davidian , P.H. Carrigan Jr. , and John ...
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