Example sentences for: animals

How can you use “animals” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The pulmonary hypertension in mice exposed to hypoxia from birth was more severe than we had observed in previous studies of 4 weeks of hypoxia in mature animals [ 9].

  • In one interval checked, W reveals Montague (Romeo's family name), Montmorency (a kind of cherry), Montrachet (wine), monuron (a herbicide), moon-eye (a fish), moon-eyed (open-eyed), and moonflower , as headwords not in L ; the same interval in L reveals montbretia (a plant), Montessorian (teaching method), month of Sundays , Montilla , -mony (suffix) Moog synthesizer , moon daisy (the oxeye), moon-faced , moonglow , and moonrat , which do not appear in W . Leaving aside the plants and animals, which are differently distributed for American and British users, the only significant omission from L is Montrachet , while the important words omitted from W are Montessorian , month of Sundays , -mony , Moog synthesizer , moon-faced , and moonglow . The last word is not in the RHD II , but it should be, for the L citation is from Henry Miller and the word also appears in the lyrics written for the popularized rendition of Tchaikovsky's 5th symphony.

  • 4b,4c,4d), a 2-3-fold reduction in murine IL-6 and IFN-γ was observed in the aged animals treated with anti-TNF-α in comparison with those treated with saline at 6 weeks post-treatment (Fig.

  • Because there was very little difference in body mass between control and emphysematous animals (613 ± 15 g control, n = 11; 629 ± 11 g emphysema, n = 9; P = 0.42), the differences in lung volume were highly significant whether or not they were normalized to body mass.

  • While a number of transgenic animals died in the first nine months, the percentage of animals surviving was not significantly different between the transgenic and non-transgenic groups (Table 1).

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