coibensis (Braganca, (Panama) Brazil) Length of forearm 34.3 [+ o -] 0.4 34.9 [+ o -] 1.3 33.5-34.7 (6) 32.8-37.5 (11) Cranium length 15.8 [+ o -] 0.2 15.8 [+ o -] 0.6 15.5-16.1 (7) 15.1-17.2 (12) Condylo-incisor length 14.6 [+ o -] 0.3 14.8 [+ o -] 0.5 14.3-15.1 (7) 14.0 [+ o -] 15.8 (12) Length of upper 5.9 [+ o -] 0.2 5.9 [+ o -] 0.2 tooth row 5.7-6.1 (7) 5.7-6.2 (12) Brain case
breadth 8.8 [+ o -] 0.2 8.7 [+ o -] 0.2 8.6-9.0 (7) 8.3-9.2 (12) Maximum breadth 7.5 [+ o -] 0.2 7.5 [+ o -] 0.3 between upper molars 7.2-7.8 (7) 7.2-8.1 (12) Breadth of the post- 3.9 [+ o -] 0.1 3.6 [+ o -] 0.1 orbital constriction 3.7-4.0 (7) 3.4-3.9 (12) Maximum breadth across 4.6 [+ o -] 0.2 4.1 [+ o -] 0.1 the upper canines 4.3-5.0 (7) 3.9-4.4 (15) * Parameter M.
Further fusion or linkages between these elements also occurs in a stereotypical fashion, and the exits of the cranial nerves from the brain bear a distinct relationship to the various original brain case
Then why did Neanderthal man develop a larger brain case
? Was the protected brain within greater in cognitive capacity?
Yet adult mandrills, which possess fewer genetic similarities to baboons than mangabeys do, have an extended muzzle and a relatively large brain case
that gives them a baboonlike look.
A wide, mammal-style brain case
gives the animal its genus name--Hadrocodium, which is Greek for full head--Luo says.
These characteristics include a long, narrow brain case
and eye sockets set relatively low on the face.
A small brain case
topped by a bony crest resembles an explorer's helmet perched perilously above a colossal set of choppers.
The brain case
appears low for an archaic human and shows significant widening toward the middle.
Her spinal column was pushed up into her brain case
She notes, for instance, that the angle and size of the specimen's brain case
and its moderate brow ridge fall squarely between measurements of the same traits in the two established groups.
A broad classification is indicated in Figure 7 of the CT Brain cases
from selected centres (MBNR (Jan 2013-Dec 2015), Tandur (2013-2019), Nalgonda (2017-2019), Balaji (2017-2019)).
Furthermore, the fixation of meaning as the corpus-callosum-supported attentional oscillation between left hemisphere's verbal tokens and right hemisphere's modal percepts is not only unsubstantiated but raises obvious questions in the context of split brain cases
. Finally, the book, which has a six-page reference section and an eleven-page bibliography, lacks adequate in-text citations that could help to distinguish reliably the author's speculation from the results of empirical studies or the theorizing of other authors.