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Dingo Microvascular Clamp

Description:...30g/mm2 may be associated with endothelial damage. dingo clamps are made from titanium which does not chang... its elasticity and unlike stainless steel clamps, dingo clamps maintain their calibrated pressure with use...ED: non-slip jaws and titanium oxide coating make dingo clamps more hard wearing than other clamps NON...
Company:Beating Heart Surgical Instruments (Vitalcor)
Dingo in Biological News

Tassie tiger no match for dingo

The wily dingo out-competed the much larger marsupial thylacine by being better built anatomically to resist the mechanical stresses associated with killing large prey, say Australian scientists. Despite being armed with a more powerful and efficient bite and having larger energy needs than the...

Plague of kangaroos threatens one of Australia's last remaining original native grasslands

...d to be the territory of the Aborigines, who used this sensitive ecosystem sustainably through hunting and fire management. Natural predators like the dingo controlled the kangaroo populations. When Australia was settled 200 years ago, first the grasslands were lost and then the development of cities like ...
Dingo in Biological Technology

From Race Cars and Google Doodles to Day Spas and Night Lights: Groups Across the U.S. Prepare to Join World Diabetes Day Celebrations on November 14

...is. So come on Google, give diabetes a World Diabetes Day doodle." Desert dingo Racing, a team of Silicon Valley, California professionals, is making its s...tesdaily.com/ Google Doodle petition: http://tinyurl.com/5k9og3 Desert dingo Racing: http://tinyurl.com/4vsgbf Spa4Diabetes: http://tinyurl.com/6p9d...
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