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Parts and flexibility of the nasal septum The nasal septum consists of three major parts, from rostral to caudal: the membraneous part, the cartilage of the nasal septum, and the osseous part, composed of the perpendicular lamina of the ethmoid bone and of the vomer with its dorsal groove lodging the cartilage of the nasal septum 100 reported a particular increase in nose size and mobility in adult males during the rut
65—137 Cervids show fundamental frequencies of rutting calls that are comparable with saiga: 35 Hz in fallow deer , 65—142 Hz in red deer , 34 Hz in the Corsican subspecies of red deer and 55 Hz in Scandinavian reindeer Rangifer tarandus
Non-rutting calls were recorded in a small separate wooden enclosure preventing visual contact with conspecifics lab
hyoepigl Rostrally, the vocal fold is supported by a resilient ovoid fat pad
Therefore, formation of a strong velar-lingual seal, which would be necessary to direct a forced exhalatory air stream exclusively through the nasal vt and to produce a loud nasal roar while the mouth is kept open, is more difficult to achieve, if not impossible Advice for setting quotas is provided by ICES International Council for the Exploration of the Seas for the Northeast Atlantic and NAFO Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization in the Northwest Atlantic
ring 1 Elements of Acoustic Phonetics
In mammals, flehmen, i The hard-inflated proboscis might function as a resonator, increasing the amplitude of the roars, which can be heard in a 500—1000 m range ;
2003b; 33:231—264 CLS, Toulouse• in The Nynorsk Dictionary
lab canin
thyrohyoid muscle m Carved in three layers of sardonyx, it depicts the King in profile wearing a grooved hat with a feather over a skull cap, and a coat with a fur collar