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NAIL, A measure of length, equal to two inches and a quarter. Vide Measure.

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Pterygium inversum unguis is an infrequent disorder, where an exaggerated stratum corneum in the distal nail bed or hyponychium leads to obliteration of the distal groove.
Pterygium unguis formation in porokeratosis of Mibelli.
Folipastatin, a new depsidone compound from Aspergillus unguis as an inhibitor of phospholipase A2.
Station Habitats Seafloor Soil substrate (n = 3 per species) (n = 3 per species) 1 Strombus urceus Tapes dorsatus Tectus fenestratus Periglypta lacerata Anadara antiquata 2 Tectus fenestratus Trachycardium alternatum Tapes dorsatus Placuna ephippium Strombus turturella 3 Telescopium telescopium Polymesoda bengalensis Lingula unguis Katelysia japonica Station Habitats Sea grass Coralline area (n = 3 per species) (n = 3 per species) 1 Atrina vexillum Spondylus squamosus Pinna bicolor Pinna muricata 2 Pinna bicolor Spondylus albibarbatus Atrina vexillum Spondylus squamosus 3 Table 3: Shellfish toxicities at Murcielagos Bay, Philippines.
Median canaliform dystrophy of Heller (dystrophia unguis median acanaliformis, nevus striatus unguis), as the name suggests, is a dystrophic condition of the nail in which longitudinal splitting occurs.
In a recent study partially funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), three types of mold were found to contribute to infant asthma: Aspergillus ochraceus, which produces food-contaminating mycotoxins (substances naturally produced by moulds and fungi that are normally present as some form of defense for the organism.), Aspergillus unguis, a less common species and Penicillium variabile (a type of mold).
These forms of mold-Aspergillus ochraceus, Aspergillus unguis and Penicillium variabile-are typically found growing in water-damaged homes, putting a spotlight on the importance of mold remediation for public health.
Mollusca, Gastropoda, Succineidae, Omalonyx unguis (d'Orbigny, 1835): Distribution extension and new records for Brazil.
(hoof, but ultimately cognate through an Indo-European word for claw, fingernail--see for example Latin unguis and Old Irish ingen).