KeyWEn.com  
 
 
 
Crest       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > History > Strips > Crest   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
CASCADE RANGE
ARMY COUNCIL
NEURAL CREST CELL
SCROLL BEARING
CREST NIGHT EFFECTS
PUBIC CREST
INFERIOR BORDER
ALVEOLAR CREST FIBERS
HORIZONTAL CREST
YOPLAIT DAIRY CREST
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
ANTERIOR LACRIMAL CREST
STATE CREST
MOTTO
ECTODERMAL
MOUSE NEURAL CREST CELLS
NEURAL CREST CELLS FORM
TRUNK NEURAL CREST
NEURAL CREST ORIGIN
NEURAL CREST STEM CELLS
SURFACE STAINS
NEURAL CREST DERIVATIVES
TEAM CREST
SAGITTAL CREST
POSTERIOR LACRIMAL CREST
MANTLING
SIERRA CREST
ALVEOLAR CREST
CONCHAL CREST
CRANIAL NEURAL CREST
CREST WHITESTRIPS SUPREME
FAMILY CREST
OCCIPITAL CREST
NEURAL CREST MIGRATION
CASCADE CREST
CRANIAL NEURAL CREST CELLS
MIGRATING NEURAL CREST CELLS
WORLD CREST
CREST 3D
SEVERAL BRANDS
DAIRY CREST
ECTODERM
NEURAL CREST
SIPHON
RESERVOIR
EAST PACIFIC RISE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Crest"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Crest is a brand of toothpaste made by Procter & Gamble and sold worldwide.
  2. A crest is only one part of the full coat of arms: the three-dimensional object placed on top of the helm.
  3. Crest is a brand of toothpaste and teeth whitening products.
  4. Crest is the only brand of toothpaste that I use.
  5. CREST (Limited scleroderma) is a kind of Systemic Sclerosis (scleroderma) which is characterized by Calcinosis, normally in the fingers.

Cascade Range

  1. Crater Lake National Park is located in southern Oregon on the crest of the Cascade Range, 100 miles from the Pacific coast.

Army Council

  1. In January 1926 designs for an Army badge or crest were considered by the Army Council.
  2. The Army Council was replaced by the Army Board, which uses the same red over blue flag with the Royal Crest in the centre.

Neural Crest Cell

  1. It's the neural crest cell which gives rise to PNS neurons and glia.

Scroll Bearing

  1. The eagle has in its beak a scroll bearing the regimental motto, with the crest of the regiment's coat of arms above it and the regiment's name below.
  2. The design, chosen by Queen Victoria, consists of a cross patee ensigned with the Royal Crest, resting upon a scroll bearing the words "For Valour".

Crest Night Effects

  1. Crest ® has also entered the field of paint-on teeth whitening with their product named Crest Night Effects ®.

Pubic Crest

  1. Below, the main landmarks are the symphysis pubis and the pubic crest and tubercle, the anterior superior iliac spine, and the iliac crest.

Inferior Border

  1. The inferior border articulates with the crest formed by the maxillæ and palatine bones.
  2. The inferior border articulates with the crest formed by the maxillæ and palatine bones.
  3. The inferior border articulates with the crest formed by the maxillæ and palatine bone s.

Alveolar Crest Fibers

  1. Horizontal fibers attach to the cementum apical to the alveolar crest fibers and run perpendicularly from the root of the tooth to the alveolar bone.

Horizontal Crest

  1. The lateral end of the canal is closed by a vertical plate, which is divided by a horizontal crest, the crista falciformis, into two unequal portions (Fig.

Yoplait Dairy Crest

  1. Dairy Crest has over 7500 employees across 21 sites throughout the UK and Ireland, including the company's joint venture, Yoplait Dairy Crest.

Peripheral Nervous System

  1. In the peripheral nervous system, glia derive from the neural crest.
  2. Neural crest cells become the peripheral nervous system.

Anterior Lacrimal Crest

  1. Frontal process (Agger nasi, Anterior lacrimal crest) The nasal surface presents a large, irregular opening leading into the maxillary sinus.

State Crest

  1. The center of the flag is superimposed by the State crest [i.e.

Motto

  1. It consists of a shield, crest and banner bearing a motto.

Ectodermal

  1. Most glia are derived from ectodermal tissue of the developing embryo, particularly the neural tube and crest.
  2. These neural crest cells are ectodermal in origin and extend throughout the length of the neural tube.

Mouse Neural Crest Cells

  1. Upper). Mouse neural crest cells had already invaded the maxillary and mandibular processes of the chick host by 1 to 2 days after surgery (Fig.
  2. The distribution of mouse neural crest cells in the head of chimeras was visualized by a DNA repartition that differs in the mouse and chick nuclei.

Neural Crest Cells Form

  1. If everything was rigidly preprogrammed when neural crest cells form in the neural tube, you certainly wouldn’t have the same flexibility.

Trunk Neural Crest

  1. Trunk neural crest gives rise to two populations of cells.
  2. Smith MM & Hall, B.K. A developmental model for evolution of the vertebrate exoskeleton and teeth: The role of cranial and trunk neural crest.

Neural Crest Origin

  1. The C cells of the thyroid, therefore, are of neural crest origin.

Neural Crest Stem Cells

  1. Neural crest stem cells give rise to a number of different tissues including the peripheral nervous system.

Surface Stains

  1. Crest Pro-Health Whitening toothpaste reduces up to 80% of surface stains.

Neural Crest Derivatives

  1. No neural crest cells exited from the ventral neural tube but no deficiency in neural crest derivatives was recorded.

Team Crest

  1. The hammer is associated with West Ham United, who are nicknamed 'The Hammers' and have a symbol of two crossed hammers on the team crest.
  2. The first version is violet, with the team crest and motto as depicted, including the light blue bordering.

Sagittal Crest

  1. Skull: "Dish-shaped" face, canine pillar, foramen magnum placed anteriorly, no sagittal crest on most specimens.
  2. The sagittal crest serves primarily for attachment of the temporalis muscle, which is one of the main chewing muscles.
  3. Such fractures generally involve the nuchal or sagittal crest, the zygomatic process of the frontal bone, or the frontal sinus.

Posterior Lacrimal Crest

  1. It starts from the fossa sacci lacrimalis which is bordered by the anterior lacrimal crest and the posterior lacrimal crest on the lacrimal bone.

Mantling

  1. A Polish coat-of-arms consists of shield, crest, helm and mantling.

Sierra Crest

  1. This was followed by a rise of the Sierra Crest a couple of thousand feet, and of course a much sharper tilting of the western slopes.

Alveolar Crest

  1. ALVEOLAR CREST - the highest portion of alveolar bone.

Conchal Crest

  1. More anteriorly is an oblique ridge, the conchal crest, for articulation with the inferior nasal concha.
  2. There is no dispute that the root for the conchal crest is visible in an anterior view in many Neandertals.
  3. The conchal crest is where the inferior nasal concha is attached to the maxilla and palatine bone.

Cranial Neural Crest

  1. There is still controversy regarding the embryonic lineage of the parietal bone – whether it is mesoderm or cranial neural crest.
  2. This was done well after the completion of emigration of cranial neural crest and closure of the neural tube.
  3. Whereas hox gene expression has been closely studied in cranial neural crest, little is known about the role of hox genes in trunk neural crest.

Crest Whitestrips Supreme

  1. Crest Whitestrips Supreme contains 14% Hydrogen Peroxide tooth whitening power - the highest concentration of take-home product available from Crest.

Family Crest

  1. A Coat of Arms, sometimes referred to as a Family Crest, is an time-honored, graphical display of your family name history.
  2. Their family crest includes the head of a Saracen, denoting their participation in the crusades.

Occipital Crest

  1. Its length varies between a quarter and a third of the total length of the head, from the nose to the occipital crest.

Neural Crest Migration

  1. We first examined the expression patterns of these transcripts in chicken embryos, focusing on initial stages of neural crest migration in the head.

Cascade Crest

  1. Howlock Mountain is a heavily eroded shield volcano in the Cascade Range of central Oregon, located along the Cascade Crest just north of Mount Thielsen.
  2. It is located on the Cascade Crest, which forms the border between Lane County and Deschutes County.

Cranial Neural Crest Cells

  1. Cranial neural crest cells can give rise to trunk neural crest cells if transplanted.
  2. Among them are the cranial neural crest cells that, as mentioned above, help to generate most of the distinctive skeletal structures of the head and face.

Migrating Neural Crest Cells

  1. MK expression, which was initially widespread in the migrating neural crest cells, became restricted around the invaginated chimera epithelium (Fig.

World Crest

  1. Distinctive insignia for all Scout uniforms, recognized and worn the world over, include the Wood Badge and the World Membership Badge (World Crest).

Crest 3D

  1. Most experts agree that Crest 3D White Whitestrips are the best DIY offering because of their direct, prolonged contact with teeth.
  2. Learn how each 3D White teeth whitening system works to give you whiter teeth and see which Crest 3D White whitening product is right for you.

Several Brands

  1. You can find whitening toothpastes in several brands, such as Colgate total, Aim, Aquafresh, Crest, and Rembrandt to name just a few.

Dairy Crest

  1. Dairy crest produces several brands of cheese.
  2. Dairy Crest will not assume existing pension liabilities for transferring employees as part of the transaction.
  3. This show of support also placed Dairy Crest under majority control of the farmers, which served to shield the company from any takeover attempt.

Ectoderm

  1. Effects of Shh and Noggin on neural crest formation demonstrate that BMP is required in the neural tube but not ectoderm.

Neural Crest

  1. The aggregate of cells which eventually form a tooth are derived from the ectoderm of the first branchial arch and the ectomesenchyme of the neural crest.
  2. Pigment cells, most cells of the peripheral nervous system, adrenal medullary cells, and some cranial cartilage are derived from the neural crest.
  3. The neural crest are bilaterally paired strips of cells arising in the ectoderm at the margins of the neural tube.

Siphon

  1. They argue that theoretically, internal molecular cohesion is sufficient to pull the liquid up the intake leg of the siphon to the crest.

Reservoir

  1. Among some physicists there is some dispute as to what causes the siphon to lift liquid from the upper reservoir to the crest of the siphon[5].

East Pacific Rise

  1. On one seamount just west of the crest of the East Pacific Rise, the radiometric dates range from 2.4 to 96 million years.

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > History > Strips
  2. Ridge
  3. Anatomy > Mouth > Teeth > Toothpaste
  4. Arms
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Humans > Bone

Related Keywords

    * American Magicians * Anticline * Arms * Atop * Attachment * Badge * Base * Beneath * Bone * Border * Boundary * Boxes * Brand * Cells * Coat * Colours * Crest Cells * Crest Whitestrips * Crown * Dam * Electromagnetic Wave * Emblem * Embryo * Enamel * Escarpment * Fig * Flag * Fluoride * Fold * Front * Gateway * Groove * Head * Helm * Helmet * Highest Point * Hill * Iliac Crest * Implant * Incisal Edge * Initiation * Jaws * Lion * Mantle * Medial Wall * Munnar * National Flag * Neural Crest Cells * Neural Tube * Neurons * Pacific Ocean * Part * Pelvis * Procter * Red Bone Marrow * Representation * Ridge * Riding * Rift Valley * Rise * Royal Crest * Sea Level * Shield * Skull * Smile * Spillway * Spine * Stem Cells * Strips * Summit * Supporters * Support Post * Symbol * Teeth * Teeth Whitening System * Tooth * Toothbrush * Toothpaste * Top * Trail * Trails * Wave * Wavelength * Waves * Whitening
  1. Books about "Crest" in Amazon.com

Book: Keywen Category Structure


  Short phrases about "Crest"
  Originally created: May 17, 2007.
  Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
  Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
0.0173 sec. a=1..