Cecal

  • (adj): Of or like a cecum.
    Synonyms: caecal

Some articles on cecal:

Italian Wall Lizard - Rapid Evolution
... between the two populations was the discovery, in the Pod Mrčaru lizards, of cecal valves, which slow down food passage and provide fermenting chambers, allowing commensal ... sicula, which do not have cecal valves ... The cecal valves, which occur in less than 1 percent of all known species of scaled reptiles, have been described as an "evolutionary novelty, a brand new feature not present in the ancestral ...
Vermiform Appendix - Evolution - Use
... pointing to an apparent function of the mammalian cecal appendix as a safe-house for symbiotic gut microbes, preserving the flora during times of gastrointestinal ... and maintenance of the appendix.” “Three morphotypes of cecal-appendices can be described among mammals based primarily on the shape of the cecum ... A cecal appendix has evolved independently at least twice, and apparently represents yet another example of convergence in morphology between Australian marsupials and placentals in the ...
Colic Branch Of Ileocolic Artery
... off into the ascending colic artery, the anterior and posterior cecal arteries, the appendicular artery, and the ileal branches ... jejunal, ileal, arcades, vasa recta) ileocolic ( colic , anterior cecal, posterior cecal, ileal branch, appendicular) right colic middle colic IMA left colic sigmoid superior rectal marginal Posterior ...
List Of Me SH Codes (C06) - MeSH C06 --- Digestive System Diseases - MeSH C06.405 --- Gastrointestinal Diseases - MeSH C06.405.469 --- Intestinal Diseases
... MeSH C06.405.469.110 --- cecal diseases MeSH C06.405.469.110.207 --- appendicitis MeSH C06.405.469.110.417 --- cecal neoplasms MeSH C06.405.469.110.417.290 ...
Dietary Fiber - Mechanism - Fiber in The Colon
... The substrates utilized by the cecal have either passed along the entire intestine or are biliary excretion products ... may be due to a number of factors, prolonged cecal residence of the fiber, increased bacterial mass, or increased bacterial end-products ... The cecal fermentation of 40–50 g of complex polysaccharides will yield 400–500 mmol total short-chain fatty acids, 240–300 mmol acetate, and 80–100 mmol of both propionate and butyrate ...