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Definition of Astragalar

Astragalar
Astragalar As*trag"a*lar, a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the astragalus.

Meaning of Astragalar from wikipedia

- the astragalus had a rectangular shape with a straight upper end; the astragalar facet had a vertical ridge; the medial condyle was weakly developed. Only...
- cranial projection of the medial condyle of the astragalar body, resulting in a sub-rectangular astragalar body in the distal aspect, and a ventral margin...
- digit of the hand, a strap-like sca****, stiffened tails, and a laminar astragalar ascending process. Advanced tetanurans would have possessed a sophisticated...
- to digitigrade. The fibula articulates with the calcaneum, while the astragalar-cuboid articulation is reduced or absent. Terminal phalanges are compressed...
- Paleontology portal Prehistoric mammals portal Javier Nicolás, The alleged astragalar remains of Didolodus Ameghino, 1897 (Mammalia, Panameriungulata) and a...
- indications: its gracile form and the tall height and narrow width of the astragalar process. Both seems to point to the Coelurosauria, perhaps the Oviraptorosauria...
- megaraptorids. The upper edge of the facet lacked a well-defined supra-astragalar buttress, unlike allosauroids. The ascending process of the astragalus...
- of two distinct surfaces, the convex fibular condyle and the concave astragalar facet. In other archosaurs, these surfaces are continuous, rather than...
- astragalus and calcaneum were generally robust and elongated bones but the astragalar body was apparently reduced in this group. The astragalus has an elongated...
- parietal bones Furthermore, they list a transverse groove on the anterior astragalar surface, as an additional autapomorphy, however, it's also present in...
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