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For the actual piercing procedure, have a doctor, nurse or experienced technician perform it. Rubbing alcohol or other disinfectants should be used to minimize the chances of an infection. At the time of the piercing, a round, gold-post earring should be inserted; in fact, some piercing instruments themselves can put the gold posts in place at the same time, thus avoiding any additional probing that can increase the chance of infection. The gold in the posts will reduce the risk of an allergic reaction and inflammation in the area.
After the piercing, apply rubbing alcohol or an antibiotic ointment to the area two times a day for a few days; these applications will cut down the chances of infection and hasten the healing process. The earring should not be removed for four to six weeks, but should be gently rotated each day. If the area of piercing becomes red or tender, an infection may be developing, and you should seek medical attention promptly.
The associations of body piercing with other social characteristics, personality, and sexual behavior were investigated in a population-based sample of young adults, in light of the theory that body piercing has meaning in terms of a corporeal expression of the self. At age 26 years, 966 (95%) of 1019 members of the birth-cohort of the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study were asked about body piercing (at interview) and sexual behavior (questions presented by computer). Assessment of personality traits was conducted at ages 18 or 21 years. In total, 183 participants (9% of the men and 29% of the women) had piercings at a site other than the earlobes. People who lived outside New Zealand or who were of Maori descent were more likely to be pierced, but unemployment and low occupational status were not significantly related to piercing. Women who were pierced, compared with those without piercings, were more likely to have personality traits of low constraint or high negative emotionality. Women with piercings were also more likely to report having had, during the previous year, five or more heterosexual partners (odds ratio, 5.8, 95% CI: 2.3-14.6) or any same-sex partner involving genital contact (odds ratio, 10.3, CI: 2.9-37.2). The associations with sexual behavior in men were weaker and not statistically significant. In this population, body piercing in women was associated with sexual behavior. Having multiple heterosexual partners or any same-sex partner was very rare among women without piercings. The theory of meaning for body piercing was generally supported, offering the possibility of a richer understanding of this phenomenon in the general population.
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Results of principal component analysis (PCA) of upper beak of the four cephalopods, showing the first principal component (PC1) versus (PC2) and (PC3) versus (PC4) shape variation with 95% ellipse confidence intervals of immature (solid line) and mature (dashed line) beaks. (a) Octopus minor. (b) Uroteuthis edulis. (c) Sepia esculenta. (d) Sthenoteuthis oualaniensis.
Results of principal component analysis (PCA) of lower beak of the four cephalopods, showing the first principal component (PC1) versus (PC2) and (PC3) versus (PC4) shape variation with 95% ellipse confidence intervals of immature (solid line) and mature (dashed line). (a) Octopus minor. (b) Uroteuthis edulis. (c) Sepia esculenta. (d) Sthenoteuthis oualaniensis.
In this study, the upper and lower beaks of each cephalopod species showed significant changes in the hood, wing, and rostrum between immature and mature individuals (Figure 4 and Figure 7). The beaks in the cephalopod buccal mass are controlled by musculature in the buccal mass, including the anterior mandibular muscle, lateral mandibular muscle, posterior mandibular muscle and superior mandibular muscle [60,61,62]. The parts of the upper and lower beaks are surrounded by these muscles, include the hood, lateral wall, crest and wing [60,61,62,63]. Since the diets of each cephalopod species are gradually expanded to bigger and harder foods as they grow [41,55,64,65,66], larger beaks are required to produce a stronger bite. Therefore, we assumed that the increase in the proportion of the hood, lateral wall, crest and wing of upper and lower beaks relate to muscle growth, insertion and bite cycle and help to improve the bite force of the beaks. However, the variation pattern of different kinds of beaks were slightly different. For instance, the hoods of the lower beaks of U. edulis and S. esculenta became more curved with growth (Figure 7b,c) and the hoods of the lower beaks of Sthenoteuthis oualaniensis became flat (Figure 7d). The habitats of U. edulis and S. esculenta are more similar (Table 1). Therefore, the different development patterns suggested differences in the function and growth mechanisms of beaks among different cephalopods. These differences may result from adaptation of each species to habitat and feeding preference during ontogeny.
Larger feeding organs and larger beaks specifically would allow organisms to eat larger and harder food [41,55,65,67]. In this study, O. minor inhabits the benthic environment of temperate waters and mainly preys on crustaceans [54,64]). S. esculenta is also a demersal shallow-water species that preys on microcrustaceans in its alevin stage, and bigger crustaceans in its adult stage [53,65]. Due to the differences in feeding types and the complexity of the benthic habitat at different ontogenetic stages, the rostra of O. minor and S. esculenta may be subjected to greater abrasion during feeding and gradually become dull in the maturation stage (Figure 4a,c and Figure 7c). After sexual maturity, U. edulis in the East China Sea mainly preys on juvenile fish of Scombridae and other fishes , which are softer than the foods preyed by O. minor and S. esculenta. Sharper upper beaks can help to quickly secure prey and facilitate eating prey [57,68]. As a result, the rostra of O. minor and S. esculenta became dull and the rostrum of U. edulis became sharp. Sthenoteuthis oualaniensis mainly preys on microcrustacean and crustaceans in paralarval and adult stages, respectively . These mature individuals need to eat more food for more energy to sustain life activities such as growth and reproduction . In addition, usually cephalopod beak growth rate of the immature stage is faster. When the carcass grows to a certain stage, the growth rate of the beaks slows [33,69,70]. Therefore, the results in this study suggested that feeding strategies in different ontogenetic stages might be responsible for the difference of beak shape. 59ce067264