Definition of Tarsometatarsi. Meaning of Tarsometatarsi. Synonyms of Tarsometatarsi

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Tarsometatarsi. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Tarsometatarsi and, of course, Tarsometatarsi synonyms and on the right images related to the word Tarsometatarsi.

Definition of Tarsometatarsi

Tarsometatarsi
Tarsometatarsus Tar`so*met`a*tar"sus, n.; pl. Tarsometatarsi. [NL.] (Anat.) The large bone next the foot in the leg of a bird. It is formed by the union of the distal part of the tarsus with the metatarsus.

Meaning of Tarsometatarsi from wikipedia

- relatives, avians are neither the only group nor the first to possess tarsometatarsi. In a remarkable case of parallel evolution, they were also present...
- has a maximum length of 73.9 mm, making it one of the largest known tarsometatarsi of an enantiornithine. The species name honors J. David Archibald, its...
- notes (usually in response to adults overhead) by day 10, sit up on tarsometatarsi by day 15, become aggressive toward intruders by day 16, strike out...
- Aepyornis maximus, and Pachystruthio dmanisensis. A comparison of the tarsometatarsi of two B. burmeisteri specimens, FM-P13259 and MLP-91 (lectotype), both...
- the two genera and concluded that the distal ends of tibiotarsi and tarsometatarsi were the same and that Amphisagittarius should be synonymised with Pelargopappus...
- ruddy quail-dove (G. montana), which occurs on Puerto Rico, too, the tarsometatarsi are more slender. The large amount of unearthed material led to the...
- small parrot with a short and robust tarsometatarsus resembling the tarsometatarsi of large African parrots in the genera Psittacus, Poicephalus and Coracopsis...
- of the left second finger), UOP/01/79 and UOP/01/80 (damaged right tarsometatarsi), perhaps also a distal right coracoid; all from near Bahía Inglesa:...
- History, Science, and Art). By 1925, Miller had ****igned three more tarsometatarsi and an incomplete tibiotarsus to the genus. In 1932, Hildegarde Howard...
- probably webbed and the hallux was vestigial or entirely absent; the tarsometatarsi (anklebones) resembled those of albatrosses while the arrangement of...
Loading...