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  • ...|organ]] positioned in the upper region of the abdominal cavity, below the diaphragm. Since most compounds absorbed by the [[intestine]] pass through the liver, ...ide of the upper [[human abdomen|abdomen]] below the [[diaphragm (anatomy)|diaphragm]], the liver lies to the right of the stomach and makes a kind of bed for t
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  • ...> In 1981, the poliovirus genome was published by two different teams of researchers: by [[Vincent Racaniello]] and [[David Baltimore]] at [[Massachusetts In In 2002, researchers at [[SUNY Stony Brook]] succeeded in synthesizing poliovirus from its ch
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  • ... device for transmitting musical tones. Some of his receivers use metallic diaphragms. ...nules as a pressure-sensitive variable resistance, under the pressure of a diaphragm (Josephson, 143).
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  • ...rotoxin. It works by stopping the [[acetylcholine]] [[molecule]]s in the [[diaphragm]] [[muscle]] from interacting. Without treatment death, from [[respiratory ...suffocation]] caused by complete [[paralysis]] of the [[Thoracic_diaphragm|diaphragm]].
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  • ...gm, a muscle below the rib cage that aids breathing and it is a prehepatic diaphragm, meaning it is front of the liver. Mammals also are the only vertebrates wi ...he object, as well as how far away it is. With this ability, cetaceans can search for, chase, and catch fast-swimming prey in total darkness. Echolocation is
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  • ...]. This causes muscle [[paralysis]], collapse of the [[Diaphragm (anatomy)|diaphragm]], and would eventually cause death by [[asphyxiation]]. The final injectio .../science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T1B-4FYB06G-5Y&_user=10&_rdoc=1&_fmt=&_orig=search&_sort=d&view=c&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=8d1
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  • ...sis. Death from elapid bites usually results from asphyxiation because the diaphragm can no longer contract. However, this rule does not always apply: some elap ...). 2004. [http://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=174294 Viperidae Oppel, 1811] ''ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.: 174294''.
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  • ...ates used either [[Sodium hydroxide#Methods of production|membrane cell or diaphragm cell technologies]] to produce chlorine. ...certainties about the risk of so-called silver fillings demanded further research; in particular, on the effects of mercury-laden fillings on children and th
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  • * to remove oil from the [[diaphragm_(optics)|aperture blades]] of [[Photographic_lens|camera lenses]], which if ...n environments.<ref>For instance, see [http://www.defence.gov.au/dpe/dhs/research/shoamp/Mortality_Final_report_Sept_2003.pdf Study of Health Outcomes in Air
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  • ...s also marked a time of specific, [[ethnomusicology|ethnomusicological]] research, conducted by Alice M. Moyle and Trevor A. Jones, who later published many Aboriginal didgeridoo craftsmen spend considerable time in the challenging search for a [[tree]] that has been hollowed out—by [[termite]]s—to just the r
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