furcula


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a forked bone formed by the fusion of the clavicles of most birds

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Los niveles de grasa en la furcula, abdomen y flancos permanecieron relativamente estables durante gran parte de la temporada y tan solo en los meses proximos a la partida de las aves (marzo y abril) se observo un marcado aumento (Figura 5).
Todas as medidas foram realizadas por um pesquisador previamente calibrado em estudo piloto para realizacao das medidas de peso ([rho]=0,98), altura ([rho]=0,92), circunferencia da panturrilha ([rho]=0,95), altura do joelho ([rho]=0,96), circunferencia do braco ([rho]=0,98), prega cutanea subescapular ([rho]=0,97), distancia entre a furcula do esterno ate a ponta do dedo medio da mao ([rho]=0,97) e para a classificacao do estado nutricional, segundo a ASG-PPP ([kappa]=0,78).
Se reconocen por la presencia de apendices abdominales como el coloforo o tubo ventral ubicado en el primer segmento abdominal o por la presencia de una furcula u organo saltador ubicado en el cuarto segmento abdominal, que se ancla en reposo al tenaculo o hamula, estructura bifida de amarre situada en el tercer esternito abdominal (Vazquez y Palacios 2004).
It's the first intact furcula found in a Trex--key evidence linking the evolution of birds to carnivorous dinosaurs.
63) Both clavicles are fused medially to form the furcula or "wishbone.
Darwin (1868:186) noted shortening in the length of the sternum, reduction in the prominence of its crest, and reduction in length of scapulae and furcula associated with poor flight in some pigeon breeds.
A complete right tibiotarsus, a right coracoid and a fragmentary furcula in the LACM collection were identified as this species by Loye Miller.
Bates, 1865 563 Prepona pylene philetas 2 Fruhstorfer, 1904 564 Agrias aedon rodriguezi 1 2 Schaus, 1918 Biblidinae 565 Marpesia berania fruhstorferi 2 (Seitz, 1914) 566 Marpesia chiron marius 1 2 a b c d (Cramer, 1779) 567 Marpesia furcula oechalia 2 (Westwood, 1850) 568 Marpesia corita corita 1 2 d (Westwood, 1850) 569 Marpesia corita phiale 1 2 (Godman & Salvin, 1878) 570 Marpesia harmonia 1 2 b d (Klug, 1836) 571 Marpesia merops b (Doyere, [1840]) 572 Marpesia petreus 2 damicorum Brevignon, 2001 573 Marpesia petreus ssp.
Especies Araneidae Mangora acre Levi 2007 Mangora taraira Levi 2007 Mangora uziga Levi 2007 Mangora woytkowskii Levi 2007 Hypognatha putumayo Levi 1996 Kapogea sexnotata (Simon 1895) Gasteracantha cancriformis (Linnaeus 1758) Dubiepeira dubitata (Soares & Camargo 1948) Micrathena furcula (O.
As a general rule, the anatomical regions most commonly affected in men are the sulco coronal, the balanopreputial region and the anus, while woman are most affected in the labia minor, vaginal furcula and occasionally in the cervix and trato genital superior (where they appear as carcinomas).
A turkey's furcula is better known as the wishbone.
And scientists study Bucky's furcula (wishbone), to explore the dinosaur-bird connection.