[ US /ˈsɪdz/ ]
  1. sudden and unexpected death of an apparently healthy infant during sleep
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How To Use SIDS In A Sentence

  • We saw in the previous sections that packaged bacteriophage capsids are pressurized with pressures as high as 60 atm.
  • Their tympanum is not homologous with the tympanum of mammals and saurians (extant diapsids) because it developed independently in all three groups.
  • Turtles were considered to be living anapsids although there was a significant temporal gap between the last anapsid reptile fossil and the first turtle fossil. Drawing a Line in the Academic Sand - The Panda's Thumb
  • However, the tubes may contain multiple virions, or capsids, like peas in a pod, or the linear arrangement of spores in neurospora filaments.
  • As previously discussed, protocols have been developed for determining single lifecycle responses of mysids to xenobiotic chemicals.
  • Children of parents who smoke have increased risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome ( SIDS ).
  • And for new parents worried about SIDS? Tiny wired pajamas.
  • This gap is all the more extreme because pelycosaurs and therapsids are each large, internally-diverse groups.
  • The term SIDS is defined as the sudden death of an infant younger than one year of age that remains unexplained despite thorough medical investigation. Solve Your Child’s Sleep Problems
  • In the dry late Permian environment many types of synapsids and reptiles flourished.
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