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PHYSIOLOGY, med. jur. The science which treats of the functions of animals; it is the science of life.
     2. The legal practitioner who expects to rise to eminence, must acquire some acquaintance with physiology. This subject is intimately connected with gestation, birth, life and death. Vide 2 Chit. Pr. 42, n.

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Because the animal physiology laboratory at Duke University also analyzed cytokines, the authors had an independent laboratory replicate experiments to analyze the original role of cytokines reported in Figure 3 and Figure 6.
I teach several physiology courses: Human Anatomy and Physiology, Animal Physiology, Human Physiology, and Reproductive Physiology.
Given that all life on Earth has evolved with a day/night cycle, it should come as no surprise that our uncontrolled experiment of banishing the dark can affect human and animal physiology.
Fifty female Wistar rats (Rattus norvegicus [19]) aged 3 months (250 g) were obtained from the breeding facility of the Laboratory of Animal Physiology, University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon.
Roh has worked in the field of animal physiology and biotechnology for nearly 20 years.
According to Samir Abul Ezz, professor of animal physiology at the Desert Research Institute, the veal project would increase the meat production and create a price competition in favour of the consumer.
Now, researchers may use computer models with integrated data sets to simulate animal physiology.
In apparent defiance of ocean dynamics and animal physiology, millions upon millions of these cold-water fish stream northwards into the subtropical waters off South Africa's east coast.
The ten cannulated sheep with this technique were controlled for a 12 months period after surgery, and they were done nutritive valuation studies of different prime materials and animal physiology in this period.
Books came in second and Web resources were the least cited, with zero citations for monogastric nutrition, animal products and meat science and poultry nutrition, although but not the least cited for animal physiology (20 citations).
Some procedures in zoological study require the collection of living and dead specimens, and in some instances dissection is necessary, particularly when studying animal physiology and diseases.