somatic

[ soh-mat-ik, suh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF somatic
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It is as physiological as any other somatic change in the puerperium.

From the walls of the dorsal set the somatic musculature is formed.

Few of them bore the somatic signs of intimacy with Mr. Barleycorn.

An attempt was made to determine the somatic number of chromosomes.

The somatic or historical sense is in every case the first that must be ascertained.

Just as important as these phenomena are the somatic results of psychic irritation.

From the somatic layer are formed A considerable part of the voluntary muscular system of the body.

The mesoblast of the trunk is divided anteriorly into splanchnic and somatic layers.

The somatic stalk together with its contents is known as the umbilical cord.

The same applies here, if stirring events that occur to the somatic cells can produce any effect at all on offspring.

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