Definition of Didactyl. Meaning of Didactyl. Synonyms of Didactyl

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Definition of Didactyl

Didactyl
Didactyl Di*dac"tyl, n. [Gr. di- = di`s- twice + ? finger, toe: cf. F. didactyle.] (Zo["o]l.) An animal having only two digits.

Meaning of Didactyl from wikipedia

- In biology, dactyly is the arrangement of digits (fingers and toes) on the hands, feet, or sometimes wings of a tetrapod animal. It comes from the Gr****...
- Struthio ostriches once co-existed with another lineage of flightless didactyl birds, the eogruids. Though Olson 1985 classified these birds as stem-ostriches...
- are called tridactyl feet. Others, like the ostrich, have only two toes (didactyl feet). The first digit, called the hallux, is homologous to the human big...
- bark when climbing. It is common to refer to the feet of chameleons as didactyl or zygodactyl, though neither term is fully satisfactory, both being used...
- during hip extension in extant small mammals. The narrow and functionally didactyl pes are a further similarity to modern saltators. By condensing into a...
- Juárez Valieri; Peter J. Makovicky (2016). "An Unusual New Theropod with a Didactyl M**** from the Upper Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina". PLOS ONE. 11...
- Juárez Valieri, R.; Makovicky, P.J. (2016). "An unusual new theropod with a didactyl m**** from the Upper Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina". PLOS ONE. 11...
- Juárez Valieri; Peter J. Makovicky (2016). "An Unusual New Theropod with a Didactyl M**** from the Upper Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina". PLOS ONE. 11...
- Valieri, Rubén; Makovicky, Peter J. (2016). "An Unusual New Theropod with a Didactyl M**** from the Upper Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina". PLOS ONE. 11...
- Juárez Valieri R, Makovicky PJ (2016). "An Unusual New Theropod with a Didactyl M**** from the Upper Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina". PLOS ONE. 11...