Definition of Metapodial. Meaning of Metapodial. Synonyms of Metapodial

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Definition of Metapodial

Metapodial
Metapodial Met`a*po"di*al, a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the metapodialia, or to the parts of the limbs to which they belong.

Meaning of Metapodial from wikipedia

- Metapodials are long bones of the hand (metacarpals) and feet (metatarsals) which connect the digits to the lower leg bones. In humans, five are present...
- paleogenomic sequencing of a 700,000-year-old middle Pleistocene horse metapodial bone from Canada implies a date of 4.07 million years ago (mya) for the...
- paleogenomic sequencing of a 700,000-year-old middle Pleistocene horse metapodial bone from Canada implies a more recent 4.07 Myr before present date for...
- paleogenomic sequencing of a 700,000-year-old middle Pleistocene horse metapodial bone from Canada implies a more recent 4.07 Mya for the most recent common...
- and feet as the pes, which are both composed of carpals and digits. As metapodials, the metacarpals and metatarsals are analogous to each other. Limb development...
- higher positioned nasal bones, a more vertical occiput, more m****ive metapodials and slightly longer forelimbs relative to hindlimbs. Large tracks from...
- Stock based his initial description on finds of skull fragments and metapodial bones from Smith Cr**** Cave in the Great Basin of Nevada. In 1937 he aut****d...
- paleogenomic sequencing of a 700,000-year-old middle Pleistocene horse metapodial bone from Canada implies a more recent 4.07 Myr before present date for...
- paleogenomic sequencing of a 700,000-year-old middle Pleistocene horse metapodial bone from Canada implies a more recent 4.07 Myr before present date for...
- anterior pleurocentra, long and slender carpi and tarsi, and overlapping metapodials. Below is a cladogram showing the placement of Romeriida within Amniota...
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