Definition of Forelimbs. Meaning of Forelimbs. Synonyms of Forelimbs

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Meaning of Forelimbs from wikipedia

- walking, running or climbing and swimming. Some animals can use their forelimbs (which are homologous to arms in humans) to carry and mani****te objects...
- between them. Specific uses of the forelimbs may be analogous if they evolved from different sub-structures of the forelimb, such as the flippers of turtles...
- universal: spinosaurids had well developed forelimbs, as did many coelurosaurs. The relatively robust forelimbs of one genus, Xuanhanosaurus, led Dong Zhiming...
- Another major difference in bat forelimbs is in the density of their skeletal limbs. The bones found in their forelimbs are reduced to achieve a light...
- arrangement of sesamoid and phalanx bones and joints is the same as in the forelimbs. When the horse is moving, the distal interphalangeal joint (coffin joint)...
- the short, two-fingered forelimbs of the closely related Gorgosaurus. This strongly suggested that T. rex had similar forelimbs, but this hypothesis was...
- movement is less important than the strength to dig. Broad and stout forelimbs (m****), including long claws, designed to loosen the burrowing material...
- muscular neck. Carnotaurus was further characterized by small, vestigial forelimbs and long, slender hind limbs. The skeleton is preserved with extensive...
- In those species having only the sca****, no joint exists between the forelimb and the thorax, the only attachment being muscular. The shoulder girdle...
- and their fins for steering and braking; Ichthyostega may have used its forelimbs for locomotion on land and its tail for swimming. Its m****ive ribcage...
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