• bone idle [lazy]
  • 根っからの怠け者の
  • bone up on Latin
  • ラテン語を一夜漬けで詰め込む
  • cut [trim, pare] ... (down) to the bone
  • (予算・費用・情報などを)ぎりぎりに詰める
  • No bones broken.
  • だいじょうぶだ
  • on the bone
  • (肉が)骨つきの
  • A characteristic of metaplastic bone is that it lengthens and shortens over time, extending and resorbing to form new shapes.
  • Wikipedia: Triceratops
  • A fracture of the eye socket was repaired by stabilizing the fractured bones with small titanium plates and screws.
  • Wikipedia: Titanium
  • Analysis of bone histology can determine the age of a specimen when it died.
  • Wikipedia: Daspletosaurus
  • Between the second and third caudal vertebrae, separate bones called hemal arches are present.
  • Wikipedia: Pseudoryzomys
  • Following a number of bone histology studies, Diplodocus, along with other sauropods, grew at a very fast rate, reaching sexual maturity at just over a decade, though continuing to grow throughout their lives.
  • Wikipedia: Diplodocus
  • Further, because the fossil bone shows no sign of healing near the bite wounds, the injury probably killed it.
  • Wikipedia: Velociraptor
  • However, the bone microstructure indicates rapid growth, as in sauropods and extant mammals, which suggests endothermy.
  • Wikipedia: Plateosaurus
  • However, this approach is most successful for organisms that had hard body parts, such as shells, bones or teeth.
  • Wikipedia: Evolution
  • If the allosaurs' stress fractures were caused by damage accumulating while walking or running this bone should have experience more stress fractures than the others.
  • Wikipedia: Allosaurus
  • In 2011, a wooden box containing Dodo bones from the Edwardian era was rediscovered at the Grant Museum at University College London during preparations for a move.
  • Wikipedia: Dodo
  • In a 2001 study conducted by Bruce Rothschild and other paleontologists, 54 foot bones referred to Gorgosaurus were examined for signs of stress fracture, but none were found.
  • Wikipedia: Gorgosaurus
  • In a coffin lies one of the skeletons showing signs of Paget's disease of bone.
  • Wikipedia: Norton Priory
  • In addition, most dinosaurs are known solely from bones and can only be evaluated from a morphological standpoint, whereas extant species often have very similar skeletal morphology but differ in other ways which would not normally be preserved in the fossil record, such as behavior, or coloration.
  • Wikipedia: Psittacosaurus
  • In contrast to Bell and Snively, Anusuya Chinsamy and colleagues concluded from a study of bone microstructure that polar Edmontosaurus overwintered.
  • Wikipedia: Edmontosaurus
  • In rare cases, patients can develop a chloroma, or solid tumor of leukemic cells outside the bone marrow, which can cause various symptoms depending on its location.
  • Wikipedia: Acute myeloid leukemia
  • In their haste to outdo each other, Cope and Marsh haphazardly assembled the bones of their own discoveries.
  • Wikipedia: Bone Wars
  • In this research, identifiable remains of typical bone proteins, such as phosphoproteins and proteoglycans, were found in a rib.
  • Wikipedia: Iguanodon