animal tissue


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n animal tissue the tissue in the bodies of animals
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In literature:

Parasite: a species that lives in or on another animal or insect, and depends upon the tissue of the host for its food supply.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
This marked absence of adipose tissue makes the skinning of the animal a difficult task.
"Special Report on Diseases of the Horse" by United States Department of Agriculture
The readily assimilated animal flesh was essential to keep their tissues strong.
"The Snowshoe Trail" by Edison Marshall
The development of animal motive power is said to be strictly proportionate to the amount of muscular tissue decomposed.
"The Stock-Feeder's Manual" by Charles Alexander Cameron
Arsenic is simply a drier of animal tissue to a certain extent, but so are hundreds of other agents not so dangerous.
"Practical Taxidermy" by Montagu Browne
This animal is very much like a turtle, but the tissue which unites the upper and lower shells is so hardened as to be impervious to a knife.
"The Boy Chums in the Forest" by Wilmer M. Ely
Fluids, tissues, etc., or from the animal body direct.
"The Elements of Bacteriological Technique" by John William Henry Eyre
They are all "organic" products which owe their origin to the decay of the tissues of plants and perhaps animals.
"The Economic Aspect of Geology" by C. K. Leith
Even the animal tissues are resistant, though not to the same extent as the human ones.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, May, 1930" by Various
This is likewise true of all organs or tissues of slaughtered animals containing tubercles.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle" by U.S. Department of Agriculture

In news:

In biology, a whole animal will be reduced to its constitutive organs, these organs to individual tissues, and then individual areas to single cell types.
The results showed that HSCs carrying the HIV-specific TCR were capable of differentiating into CTLs that suppressed HIV replication in vivo and prevented or at least slowed HIV-related damage to the animals' human tissues.
Trichinella spiralis, a tiny nematode parasite found in muscle tissue of many warm-blooded animals, remains as a persistent concern for the pork industry.
Homeopathy remedies are made from plants, animals, minerals and tissue that have been diluted and shaken to strengthen the remedy.
The best-known animal hormones are those produced by endocrine glands of vertebrate animals but hormones are produced by nearly every organ system and tissue type in a multicellular organism.
Someday, organs and tissues for transplant may be grown in animals or in a lab.
A rendering plant processing million of pounds of waste animal tissue per week needed a complete control system overhaul, with no downtime.
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University slogged through thigh-deep water to rescue tissue samples and evacuate lab animals when a flood crippled a cancer research building after Hurricane Sandy last month.
Rabies is viral disease that humans and animals can get if bitten or come in contact with saliva or nervous tissue of a rabid animal.
For each animal, paint empty tissue box with a base coat of white paint.

In science:

USOs, and arthropods/animal tissue (Wolfram Research 2012).
Stable isotopes, functional morphology, and human evolution: a model of consilience
Consider mapping a quantitative trait in the murine physiological response to bacterial infection; 154 mice from a backcross population were typed at 119 genetic markers in a study by Hopkins et al. (2009). A cellbased measure of response-to-infection was also obtained in several tissues from the same animals.
Introducing the discussion paper by Sz\'{e}kely and Rizzo
Other studies such as Crowninshield and Pope (1974) used animal tissue and the bone samples were machined in the lower extremity; consequently the coupons are bigger.
Tensile material properties of human rib cortical bone under quasi-static and dynamic failure loading and influence of the bone microstucture on failure characteristics
An Experimental Study of shock waves resulting from the impact of high velocity missiles on animal tissues, J Experimental Medicine 85, 321-328.
Working toward exposure thresholds for blast-induced traumatic brain injury: thoracic and acceleration mechanisms