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The article states: Markers (blue stickers, approximately 1 cm in diameter) were attached to a point approximating the suprasternal notch and an intermediate position on the dorsal aspect of the left breast. The position of these markers and the two nipples of the model were extracted from the point cloud scan of the breast model through manual ...


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From Illinois Wesleyan University: One way in which tardigrades have adapted to various types of environments, has been to reversibly suspend their metabolism. This state is known as cryptobiosis [ 'hidden life' (Clegg, 2001) ] and is a truly deathlike state. Metabolism lowers to 0.01% of normal or is entirely undetectable and the water content ...


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Generally speaking, bulk essential nutrients (e.g. amino acids, fatty acids) are used stoichiometrically to form macro cellular structures and are 'baked in' to the structures or compounds they are used to make. Once those structures are destined for degradation, sometimes the bulk essential nutrients can be recovered and reused in the synthesis of other ...


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It's just naming convention. We recognize, officially, the 13 vitamins based on activity, but we intentionally classify amino acids, etc. as such instead of as vitamins. It's just one of those things that people stick to so that it's standard, such as beverages as a blanket term for certain drinks but not for every type of fluid. (maybe that's a bad example, ...



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