SVL

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SVLSyndicat du Val de Loire (French: Union of the Loire Valley; France)
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SVLSerres du Val de Loire (French gardening company)
SVLStrobovideolaryngoscopy (speech therapy)
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SVLSouth of England Veteran’s League
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SVLSociété Verot Larue (French mechanics company)
SVLSchaak Vereniging Leudal (Haelen, Netherlands)
SVLSpécification et Validation du Logiciel (French: Specification and Validation of Software)
SVLScierie du Val de Loire (French: Sawmill of the Loire Valley; France)
SVLSocietà Veneta Lagunare (Venetian Lagoon Company, Italy)
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Twelve linear morphometric traits were measured with a digital calliper to a resolution of one millimetre: 1: snout-vent length (SVL), from the tip of the snout to the rear margin of the cloaca; 2: head length, from the tip of the snout to the gular fold; 3: maximum head width; 4: head width between the eye orbits; 5: head width at the gular fold; 6: maximum head height; 7: interorbital distance, equivalent to the minimum distance between the eyes; 8: forelimb length from the point of insertion to the tip of the longest finger; 9: hindlimb length from the point of insertion to the tip of the longest toe; 10: axilla-to-groin length; 11: tail length; and 12: trunk length, calculated as SVL minus head length.
Distinctly black with white to yellow bands on its body, duhol matapang has an average snout-vent length of 500 to 750 millimeters.
However, some studies have found no relationship between acoustic properties and morphological characteristics, such as snout-vent length and head length (Penna, 2004; Marquez et al., 2005; Cui et al., 2012).
(2003) reported the earliest onset of sexual maturity in captivity at five years of age, with a snout-vent length (SVL) of 81 cm and body mass 19.8 kg.
To enable a correlation of vascular corrosion casts with olfactory organs' anatomy and morphology one adult female (body weight: 78.8 grams, snout-vent length: 90 mm) and one male Xenopus (body weight: 78 grams; snout-vent length: 70 mm) were killed by immersion within an overdose of MS 222 (0.5 %; Aldrich Chemicals, St.
petasatus males average 55 mm in snout-vent length (SVL) and females average 70 mm in SVL, whereas male I.
We measured snout-vent length (to nearest 0.1 cm using a plastic ruler), head width (to nearest 0.01 cm using a digital caliper), and head length (to nearest 0.01 cm using a digital caliper) of each specimen (one specimen was inadvertently not measured, thus n for measurements is 42).
We used 17 snakes (nine females and eight males), with an average snout-vent length (SVL) of 99.29 [+ or -] 10.21 cm (mean [+ or -] standard deviation) and average head length (HL) of 3.02 [+ or -] 0.33 mm.
The animal was active, appeared in good body condition, and had a snout-vent length of 5.5 cm and a total length of 9.7 cm (Fig 1A).
At day 490, the LDG had exhibited compensatory growth and had attained the same snout-vent length and mass as the high diet group.
For each amphibian and reptile captured during our burning and grazing study, we recorded species, details on size (e.g., total length, tail length, snout-vent length, carapace length, and weight via Pesola scales, where appropriate for the species), and trap type (funnel, coverboard, pitfall, or observational).