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(Askeri) LAHİKA: 1. Bir ana dökümana yapılan yardımcı ek. Ana döküman için esas, fakat metne dahil edilemeyecek kadar yüklü veya miktarca çok olan ayrıntı genellikle lahikalar halinde toplanır. 2. MEME: Bir balonun alt tarafındaki hava veya gaz hücresine doğrudan doğruya bağlanmış olan kısa boru. Bu borudan, balonu şişirmek veya içindeki gazı boşaltmak için. faydalanılır
(Tıp) apendiks
(Biyoloji) uzantı
ek bölüm

Ben ek bölümü kaldıracağım. - I am going to remove the appendix.


Tom apandisini aldırdı. - Tom had his appendix removed.

Cerrah hastanın apandisini çıkardı. - The surgeon took out his patient's appendix.

ek bağırsak
körbağırsağın solucanımsı uzantısı
{i} ilave
(Anatomi) ek, ilave, bir şeye eklenmiş olan örn: appendix vermiformis
{i} (Anatomi) apandis
(Tıp) Körbarsağın solucanımsı uzantısı, apandis, apendiks
ek (bölüm)
(Bilgisayar) ekler
vermiform appendix
vermiform appendix
solucan gibi çıkıntı
vermiform appendix
xiphoid appendix
(Anatomi) kamamsı çıkıntı
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The vermiform appendix, an inner organ without known use that can become inflamed
Specifically, a text added to the end of a book or an article, containing information that is important to but is not the main idea of the main text
Something attached to something else; an attachment or accompaniment

idleness is an appendix to nobility; they count it a disgrace to work, and spend all their days in sports, recreations, and pastimes .

{n} an addition, a supplement
An emergency operations plan element attached to a functional annex to provide information on special approaches or requirements generated by unique characteristics of specified hazards of particular concern to the jurisdiction
- a section containing material not included in the body but which is relevant to the topic (always titled with a letter as in Appendix A)
material which is not part of the main text appearing at the end of the book
Section at the end of a book that includes supplemental material or specialized information
supplementary material that is collected and appended at the back of a book
The additional or supplementary material sometimes found at the end of a book
A wormlike "pouch" several inches long located near the top of the large intestine, in the lower right portion of the abdomen At this time, the role the appendix plays in the human body is not known
The section of a research report that includes all related information and examples that might disrupt the flow of information in the report
—Short, tubelike structure that branches off the large intestine; does not have any known function
A part of a document or book that contains extra, useful, but not essential information Look at page 31 at the end of this booklet
addition at the end of the book
Lymphoid organ in the intestine (Read about "Appendicitis")
Follows the text of a book and contains notes, charts, tables, lists, or other detailed information discussed in the text
a vestigial process that extends from the lower end of the cecum and that resembles a small pouch
Unessential and supplemental information that may be added to your application, including publications, manuscripts, abstracts, patents, questionnaires, data collection instruments, and photographs No reviewer is obligated to review anything in an appendix
A string of bits formed by the signature and an optional text field [SC27]
A part of a written work, not essential to the completeness of the text, which contains complementary information, such as statistical tables or explanatory material, too long to be included in footnotes or endnotes An appendix differs from an addendum in having been planned from the beginning as an integral part of the work, rather than conceived after the work
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Supplementary section at the end of a document which contains material relating to the main body of the document
wormlike appendage of the bowel, located in the right lower quadrant of the abdomen
Matter which supplements the main text generally explanatory, statistical, or bibliographical material [Macquarie Dictionary]
(a-pend-iks) An appendix is subject matter, usually statistical or explanatory material, that supplements the main body of a text The plural of appendix is appendices (ie a-pend-i-sees)
A section of a book containing supplementary materials such as tables or maps
Supplementary materials printed at the end of the general text
Supplementary materials added to the end of a document
Lymphoid organ in the intestine
Something appended or added; an appendage, adjunct, or concomitant
Any literary matter added to a book, but not necessarily essential to its completeness, and thus distinguished from supplement, which is intended to supply deficiencies and correct inaccuracies
The vermiform appendix
An appendix to a book is extra information that is placed after the end of the main text. in full vermiform appendix Vestigial hollow tube attached to the cecum of the large intestine. The human appendix, usually 3-4 in. (8-10 cm) long and less than 0.5 in. (1.3 cm) wide, has no digestive function. Its muscular walls expel their own mucous secretions or any intestinal contents that enter it. Blockage of the opening may prevent expulsion and cause appendicitis: fluids collect, bacteria propagate, and the appendix becomes distended and inflamed; tissue in the appendix begins to die, and the organ may burst, causing peritonitis. Its symptoms may begin with moderate pain in the upper abdomen, about the navel, or all over the abdomen. Nausea and vomiting may then develop. The pain may shift to the right lower abdomen. Fever is usually present but is seldom high in the early phases. Differentiating acute appendicitis from other causes of abdominal pain requires careful examination. Treatment is removal of the appendix (appendectomy)
Your appendix is a small closed tube inside your body which is attached to your digestive system. a burst appendix
a vestigial process that extends from the lower end of the cecum and that resembles a small pouch supplementary material that is collected and appended at the back of a book
In British English, the plural form appendices is usually used for meaning 2
{i} small sac attached to the intestines; addendum
A text added to the end of a book or an article, containing information that is important to but is not the main idea of the main text
appendix to the contract
adjunct or supplement to a written agreement
appendix vermiformis
The vermiform appendix
hilar appendix
The part of a spore which attaches to the sterigmata at the end of a basidium
vermiform appendix
An organ consisting of a blind tube projecting from the caecum, without known function
[A-Laboratory Safety Policy] [B-Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories (29 CFR 1910 1450)] [C-Personnel Responsibilities] [D-Laboratory Safety Checklist and Explaination Form] [E-Sample Permission Slip for Off-Hours Work] [F-UMDNJ Sample Protocol for Vacating a Laboratory] [G-Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan] [H-UMDNJ Recombinant DNA Registration Requirements] [I-Protocol for Disposal of Regulated Medical Waste] [J-Pathogens Registry Instructions and Form] [K-Laboratory Safety Seminar Topics] [L-Laboratory Safety Workshop Curricula] [M-Training Topics for Biohazards] [N-Sample Training Attendance Form] [Appendix O-Hazardous Waste Management]
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plural of appendix
A: Labour Market Resources B: Glossary C: Electronic Information D: The 26 Major Groups of the NOC E: The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Major Groups F: Summaries Based on Industry Sector Human Resource Studies G: Provincial and Territorial Ministries with Resonsibilities for Labour Market Information H: Resources for Future Trends, Careers, Workplace Realities, Canadian Career Information Association
The number of items in appendices to grant proposals should be limited and not included at all if the application specifies that appendices are not allowed Appendices can be used to give detail or to provide supporting documentation about concepts mentioned in the proposal narrative However, try to incorporate details, charts, references, etc into the narrative whenever possible; readers prefer not to flip back and forth to locate information in appendices
B Program Examples Cited in Report
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Appendices is a plural form of appendix
plural of appendix
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vermiform appendix
n. A narrow vestigial process projecting from the cecum in the lower right-hand part of the abdomen of some mammals, including humans. Also called vermiform process
vermiform appendix
part of the intestines
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(Tıp) Kalın barsağın ilk bölümüne bağlı 4 inç (10 cm.)uzunluğunda kese (Poş)(Çekum)Fonksiyonunun ne olduğu bilinmiyor