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com/world/2014/mar/25/danish-copenhagen-zoo-kills-four-lions-marius-giraffe) Guardian quoted a zoo spokesperson saying that no public dissection of the animals will be held this time as they did with Marius since "not all our animals are dissected in front of an audience".
Whole brain was dissected and first examined directly without fixation using epifluorescence microscopy (Olympus, Hamburg, Germany) to determine if GFP was being expressed.
Autopsy Room Four" finds Howard Cottrell lying on the autopsy table, waiting to be dissected.
Both have plans that are dissected into rib skeletons so that they have a large surface area to volume ratio.
During Stage 3 the teacher modeled the strategy both orally and visually for students and dissected several words independently and with the class.
It dissected in a sinuous pattern or in the form of nodules into the adjacent myometrium (Figure 3).
This is particularly disturbing coming from an organization that touts: "Ever since editor-in-chief Charlie Peters founded the magazine in 1969, the Monthly has dissected the Beltway establishment to identify what's wrong with Washington and how we can fix it.
But the fight about math education, as dissected in "Math Wars: Old vs.
Commonly dissected wild-caught animals include seven million vertebrates like frogs, turtles and sharks, and countless in vertebrates like grasshoppers, crayfish and starfish.
The remnants of these dissected bodies may well have been given some sort of funeral by local authorities or by the students and teachers involved, but the ceremonies must have been altered to suit the circumstances, since Italian funerary ritual centered on the physical object of the corpse, normally covered only by a cloth and usually exhibited with its face exposed.
Gomez-Pinilla and other neurobiologists have aimed to fill this information gap by working with lab animals such as mice and rats--creatures that can be easily manipulated to sort out each one of an experiment's variables and that, unlike people, can be dissected in the end to get an insider's view of the brain.
We dissected along the infiltration plane to the ranula while managing to avoid rupturing it and preventing the loss of too much soft tissue.