constriction


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56%] showed a constriction only on one side and were considered as kidney shaped (Figure 2].
Therefore by blocking production of IL-1, we could alleviate the symptoms, such as mucus, swelling and constriction.
But here's the kicker: With many modern barrels being overbored, choke tubes for various makes of shotguns will exhibit different degrees of constriction while providing the same degree of choke.
The epithet constrictus refers to the profound constriction of the ventrianal shield immediately behind JV1.
When the distance d between the E1 and apical constriction varies (see Fig.
045, thus killing the myth that we can't shoot steel through full chokes (yes, I'm aware that there are other full-choke constriction tubes on the market).
Greer (4) observed that B, irregularis preferentially constricts larger prey and a combination of both envenomation and constriction may be used in the wild (3).
040 inch of constriction, which put bore diameter at the muzzle at .
The corn snake, or red rat snake, is a North American species that subdue their small prey with constriction.
Before getting into how much choke is enough or even too much, let's take a look at what it takes to kill a turkey and how the amount of choke constriction in a shotgun is measured.