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Definition of Pennated

Pennated
Pennate Pen"nate, Pennated Pen"na*ted, a. [L. pennatus feathered, winged, from penna feather, wing.] 1. Winged; plume-shaped. 2. (Bot.) Same as Pinnate.

Meaning of Pennated from wikipedia

- A pennate or pinnate muscle (also called a penniform muscle) is a type of skeletal muscle with fascicles that attach obliquely (in a slanting position)...
- There are several different muscle architecture types including: parallel, pennate and hydrostats. Force production and gearing vary depending on the different...
- runs from the frontalis muscle anteriorly to the occipitalis posteriorly. Pennate muscles, in which the muscle fibers are oriented at an angle to the line...
- point. It is typically used to describe the contraction properties of pennate muscles. It is not the same as the anatomical cross-sectional area (ACSA)...
- Pinnation (also called pennation) is the arrangement of feather-like or multi-divided features arising from both sides of a common axis. Pinnation occurs...
- The extensor digitorum longus is a pennate muscle, situated at the lateral part of the front of the leg. It arises from the lateral condyle of the tibia;...
- distinguished by the shape of the frustule: the centric diatoms and the pennate diatoms. Pennate diatoms are bilaterally symmetric. Each one of their valves have...
- schemes, the pennate diatoms are divided into two groups: pennate diatoms without a raphe, known as araphids (order Fragilariophyceae), and pennate diatoms...
- insertion. The usual arrangements are types of parallel, and types of pennate muscle. In parallel muscles the fascicles run parallel to the axis of force...
- life-cycle stages, e.g., the gametes of some green algae (Zygnematophyceae) and pennate diatoms, the spores (or dispersal phases) of some Mesomycetozoea, and the...