(a.) Furnished with a horn or horns; furnished with a hornlike process or appendage; as, horned cattle; having some part shaped like a horn.
(1) After calving, probably the position of new follicles is temporally influenced by direct signals from the uterine horns affected differently by pregnancy.
(2) Severity of leukoaraiosis around the frontal horns of the lateral ventricles correlated significantly with severity of leukoaraiosis of the centrum semiovale adjacent to the bodies of the lateral ventricles.
(3) Spinal cord stimulation would suppress at least the dorsal horn neurons which were destroyed by various kinds of diseases.
(4) This study presents data supporting a selective antinociceptive role for DA at the spinal level, where it has a widespread antinociceptive influence, on cells in both the superficial and deeper dorsal horn.
(5) On Days 12-14 each gilt received twice daily infusions of Day 15 pCSP in one uterine horn and SP in the other uterine horn.
(6) In 25 rabbits, endometrium from the right uterine horn was transplanted onto the peritoneum (Experimental group = Group E).
(7) Differential pulse voltammetry used in combination with an electrochemically treated carbon fiber electrode allowed the detection of 5-hydroxyindoles (5-HI) in the dorsal horn of the urethane-anesthetized rat.
(8) Uterine blood flow to both uterine horns was measured by microsphere and by tritiated water steady-state diffusion methodology.
(9) But Hey Diddly Dee, in Sky Arts' latest Playhouse Presents season, could only manage 71,000 viewers, despite the combined star power of Kylie Minogue, David Harewood, Peter Serafinowicz and Mathew Horne.
(10) A few with low endometrial receptor levels had normal livers but at least one sterile uterine horn.
(11) It is concluded that chronic peripheral nerve section affects the anatomical and physiological mechanisms underlying the formation of light touch receptive fields of dorsal horn neurons in the lumbosacral cord of the adult cat, but that the resulting reorganization of receptive fields is spatially restricted.
(12) The concordance for this disease in these two patients of nonconsanguineous parentage with no family history of the disorder suggests the possibility of sublethal intrauterine injury to anterior horn cells.
(13) Subpopulations of DRG neurones that subserve distinct sensory modalities project to discrete regions in the dorsal horn.
(14) Phospholipase A2 has been purified from the venom of Horned viper (Cerastes cerastes) by gel permeation chromatography followed by reverse-phase HPLC.
(15) In ventral horn motoneurons and neurons of nucleus dorso-medialis (C1) pronounced staining was found after a total dosage of 1200 micrograms HgCl2.
(16) The influence of embryos on growth of the uterus was determined by comparing uterine length, weight and diameter between gravid and nongravid horns within unilaterally pregnant gilts.
(17) Postmortem examination showed axonal pathology of the anterior horns and roots of the spinal cord, and white matter hypoplasia of the brain.
(18) Histochemically the lowered activity of enzymes was localized mainly in the neuropil of: striatum, the Broc's nuclei and rhinencephalon: in the nervous cells of: Ammon's horn, nuclei of thalamus and in neocortex.
(19) Thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH) has been identified recently in fibers and cell bodies in the dorsal horn of the spinal cord, but its function in the dorsal horn is not known.
(20) With immunocytochemical techniques, SP immunoreactivity (SP-I) and CGRP-I were localized in myometrial nerves throughout the uterine horns, with nerves immunoreactive for CGRP being the more numerous.
(imp. & p. p.) of Horse
(1) Such was the mystique surrounding Rumsfeld's standing that an aide sought to clarify that he didn't stand all the time, like a horse.
(2) Hyperimmunization with the tick encephalitis and Western horse encephalomyelitis viruses reproduced in the brain of albino mice, intensified the protein synthesis in the splenic tissue during the productive phase of the immunogenesis (the 7th day).
(3) Electron self-exchange has been measured by an NMR technique for horse-heart myoglobin.
(4) By adjustment to the swaying movements of the horse, the child feels how to retain straightening alignment, symmetry and balance.
(5) Biosyntheses of TXA2 and PGI2 were carried out using arachidonic acid as a substrate and horse platelet and aorta microsomes as sources of TXA2 and PGI2 synthetases respectively.
(6) The Sports Network broadcasts live NHL, Nascar, golf and horse racing – having also recently purchased the rights for Formula One – and will show 154 of the 196 games that NBC will cover.
(7) Just before Christmas the independent Kerslake report severely criticised Birmingham city council for its dysfunctional politics and, in particular, its handling of the so-called Trojan Horse affair, in which school governors were said to have set out to bring about an Islamic agenda into the curriculum contents and the day-to-day running of some schools.
(8) The subjects were divided into 4 ages groups, each comprising 8 horses (4 of each sex).
(9) The assay was developed using serum antibodies collected from horses convalescing from strangles.
(10) One middle carpal joint of each horse was injected 3 times with 100 mg of 6-alpha-methylprednisolone acetate, at 14-day intervals.
(11) Horses in heavy training may require more energy than they can consume on a conventional diet.
(12) These melanocytic tumors in young horses are distinct from melanomas in aged horses in their location, epithelial involvement, and age of horses affected.
(13) This finding supports the view that their sphincteroid action would be less efficient and that an additional closing mechanism of vascular origin may be required at the ileocaecal papilla of the horse.
(14) Report on the results of serological studies on the species Leptospira interrogans in cattle (19,607), swine (6,348), dogs (182) and horses (88) from the Netherlands during the period from 1969 to 1974.
(15) When rabbit and horse sera were used instead of human serum for cultivation, in both groups the share of positive cultures increased and more large forms of B. hominis cells were observed.
(16) Bacteriologic culturing of fecal samples from 28 clinically normal horses yielded only 2 salmonella isolations, S manhattan in each case.
(17) The wide variation in potency explains the variation found in absolute bioavailability, and the increase in release rate when the pellets are crushed explains the differences seen in peak plasma times, since the pellets will be chewed to varying degrees by the horse.
(18) Five horses raced successfully and lowered the lifetime race records, 1 horse was sound and trained successfully, but died of colic, and 1 horse was not lame in early training.
(19) It’s exhilarating – until you see someone throw a firework at a police horse.
(20) Western immunoblot reactivity showed that the antisera collected from these infected horses at 4 to 5 weeks PI recognized some or all of the six major E. risticii component antigens (70, 55, 51, 44, 33, and 28 kilodaltons), all of which were apparent surface components.