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Endoskeleton

en·do·skel·e·ton ( n d -sk l -tn). n. An internal supporting skeleton, derived from the mesoderm, that is characteristic of vertebrates and certain invertebrates.

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Ankle-foot prosthesis with articulated human bone endoskeleton
cadaveric human bone endoskeleton set in a fiber reinforced rubber shell The endoskeleton foot compared favorably with the Jaipur arikle- foot prosthesis.
The design and development of a gloveless endoskeletal prosthetic
The Musculo-Skeletal System Vertebrate Systems A. Endoskeleton
The Musculo-Skeletal System. Vertebrate Systems. A.
ENDOSKELETON
In the evolution of the vertebrate endoskeleton five distinct stages occur. These are: 1. The Hydroskeleton.
Mechanical behaviour of standardized, endoskeleton-including hip
endoskeleton-including hip spacers tolerated loads of >4500 N with 500000 load cycles.

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Handroid robot hand by ITK is remote controlled with a glove
By Michael Kwan, August 24, 2011 @ 4:16pm This is starting to look a little too much like a T-800 endoskeleton, but you have to admit that the technology involved is pretty interesting.
Titan Spine Reports 2011 Year-To-Date Financial Results
The implants, which consist of the Endoskeleton® TA (ALIF), TT (TLIF), TO (PLIF and Oblique), and TC (cervical), feature a unique titanium microtopography that is designed to stimulate a superior osteogenic response.
Blood, Sweat and Latex: 'Aliens' Pulls Me Back In
The first was Terminator in which, Beswick had built and animated the endoskeleton miniature for the few full body shots of the robot walking. The second was a Disney live action film entitled My Science Project.

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Endoskeleton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An endoskeleton is an internal support structure of an animal, composed of mineralized tissue.
endoskeleton - definition of endoskeleton by the Free Online
en·do·skel·e·ton ( n d -sk l -tn). n. An internal supporting skeleton, derived from the mesoderm, that is characteristic of vertebrates and certain invertebrates.
Endoskeleton | Define Endoskeleton at Dictionary.com
Endoskeleton definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
Endoskeleton - Terminator Wiki
The endoskeleton is the internal support structure of an animal, human, or cyborg .
endoskeleton
Internal supporting structure of vertebrates, made up of cartilage or bone.

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