Items where Subject is "Q Science > QM Human anatomy"
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Pierscionek, Barbara, Green, Roger, 1951- and Dolgobrodov, Sergey G.. (2001) Intraocular light scatter as modeled through a stratified medium. Applied Optics, Vol.40 (No.34). pp. 6340-6348. ISSN 0003-6935
Rajesh, Pala Babu and Naidu, Babu V.. (2010) Relevant surgical anatomy of the chest wall. Thoracic Surgery Clinics, Vol.20 (No.4). pp. 453-463. ISSN 1547-4127
Sheldon, Rachel E., Mashayamombe, Chipo, Shi, S. -Q., Garfield, R. E., Shmygol, Anatoly, Blanks, Andrew M. and van den Berg, Hugo A.. (2014) Alterations in gap junction connexin43/connexin45 ratio mediate a transition from quiescence to excitation in a mathematical model of the myometrium. Journal of The Royal Society Interface, Volume 11 (Number 101). Article number 20140726. ISSN 1742-5689
Turner, S., Wong, H. P., Rai, J. and Hartshorne, Geraldine M.. (2010) Telomere lengths in human oocytes, cleavage stage embryos and blastocysts. Molecular Human Reproduction, Vol.16 (No.9). pp. 685-694. ISSN 1360-9947
Thesis or Dissertation
Billing, Christian M., 1968- (2000) Fashioning anatomies : figurations of the sexed and gendered body on the early modern English stage. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Guest, Kay P. (2013) Mathematical modelling of the half-sarcomere from a human skeletal muscle. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Misson, Gary P. (2012) Birefringent properties of the human cornea in vivo : towards a new model of corneal structure. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Saker, Louise (2008) Metabolic and serotonergic modulation of hypothalamic arcuate nucleus neurones in vitro. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Si, Chen (2011) The quantitative analysis of optical phase measurement and its application to the determination of corneal birefringence. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Virdee, Jasmeet K. (2008) The electrophysiological and morphological characterisation of aminergic responsive neurones within the rat hypothalamic arcuate nucleus in vitro. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.