(1) The results of these studies were compared with those obtained in a sample of nonfiremen residing in the Los Angeles area who were matched by computer with the firemen for anthropomorphic characteristics and smoking status.
(2) In addition, normalized organ dose to the breast, active bone marrow, thyroid, eyes, ovaries, and testes were measured in a pediatric anthropomorphic phantom comparing the anteroposterior and posteroanterior projections.
(3) Twenty male marathon athletes were evaluated by hormonal profiles, psychologic testing, anthropomorphic indices, and semen evaluations.
(4) As part of a Quality Assurance program, the performance of Theraplan (Version 4.0) for electron beam calculations was checked versus experiments carried out with an anthropomorphic (Rando) phantom.
(5) In an anthropomorphical variability analysis the quantitative description of deterministric changes of (morphological) growth characteristics plays an important role.
(6) Measurements of radiation dose burden to the patient have been made both in clinical examinations and using an anthropomorphic phantom.
(7) But anthropomorphism is no longer a dirty word, argues Jean-François Camilleri , head of Disneynature: "Today, a lot of scientists are saying it's actually a mistake to be against anthropomorphism.
(8) Accurate anthropomorphic measurements are therefore obligatory.
(9) Bremsstrahlung radiation doses were measured in an anthropomorphic phantom using thermoluminescent dosimeters.
(10) Based on extensive studies (with clinically realistic numbers of counts and accuracies of the order of 10%) in simple geometric phantoms, in complex anthropomorphic phantoms, in animal models, and in humans, quantitative rotating scintillation camera-based single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) now appears to be a practical approach to such measurements.
(11) Acquisition parameters were fixed for different types of examination and tested by imaging anthropomorphic phantoms as well as patients (n = 114).
(12) The six dual field technique has been implemented and the effect of interposed degrading filters has been evaluated with film dosimetry on an anthropomorphic phantom.
(13) There’s a lot of focus on robotisation, with anthropomorphic white creatures now capable of disco dancing in unison .
(14) There are few studies of the anthropomorphic and physiological characteristics of South African rugby players.
(15) Read more This is different to mere anthropomorphism – ascribing human characteristics to animals.
(16) A simulated pneumothorax and two simulated nodules were positioned over the lungs and the mediastinum of an anthropomorphic phantom.
(17) Accuracy of 2% and long-term reproducibility of 2.7% were obtained using an anthropomorphic bone phantom.
(18) An anthropomorphic ankle phantom with simulated fractures was presented at each facility for radiography, and the resulting films assessed for radiographic technique and basic diagnostic usefulness.
(19) It is proposed that a general class of functions, drawn from classical physics, can serve to eliminate the anthropomorphism.
(20) Finally, an anthropomorphic phantom of the neck region has been constructed and the performance of a compensator designed according to current clinical methods for this geometry has been evaluated.
(n.) One of the nymphs of mountains and grottoes.
(1) The lectins isolated (and the particular sugar ligands used in the affinity carriers) are as follows: Anguilla anguilla, serum (alpha-L-fucosyl-), Vicia cracca, seeds; Phaseolus lunatus, seeds; Glycine soja, seeds; Dolichos biflorus, seeds; Maclura pomifera, seeds; Sarothamnus scoparius, seeds; Helix pomatia, ablumin glands; Clitocybe nebularis, fruiting bodies (all N-acetyl-alpha-D-galactosaminyl-); Ricinus communis, seeds (beta-lactosyl-); Ononis spinosa, root; Fomes fomentarius, fruiting bodies; Marasmius oreades, fruiting bodies (all alpha-D-galactosyl-), Canavalia ensiformis, seeds, (i.e., concanavalin A) (alpha-D-glucosyl-).
(2) From the fruit body of the fungus Marasmius oreades (family Tricholomataceae), 4,4-dimethyl-5 alpha-ergosta-8,24(28)-dien-3 beta-ol (1), probably a biogenetic precursor of ergosterol, has been isolated along with ergosterol.
(3) All the lectins studied (from the seeds of Dolichos biflorus, Glycine soja, Lens esculenta and Vicia cracca and of the fruiting body of Marasmius oreades) were characterized by a similar course of pH dependence of the association constants, with the maximum values at pH 7--9.