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Definition of Tibiotarsus

Tibiotarsus
Tibiotarsus Tib`i*o*tar"sus, n.; pl. Tibiotarsi. (Anat.) The large bone between the femur and tarsometatarsus in the leg of a bird. It is formed by the union of the proximal part of the tarsus with the tibia.

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- The tibiotarsus is the large bone between the femur and the tarsometatarsus in the leg of a bird. It is the fusion of the proximal part of the tarsus...
- tibiotarsus contrasts with those of the carpometacarpus, ulna, and femur as being distinctly larger than other Leptoptilini species. The tibiotarsus lies...
- the tibia to form the tibiotarsus, while the centralia are absent. The anterior (frontal) side of the dorsal end of the tibiotarsus (at the knee) contains...
- right tibiotarsus (lacking part of the proximal articular surface), and the proximal fragment and worn distal portion of the left tibiotarsus.Olson and...
- incomplete but elongated tibiotarsus and a cervical (neck) vertebra hailing from the Toolebuc Formation stratum. This holotype tibiotarsus (QM F12992) was found...
- the eagle Garganoaetus and the giant barn owl Tyto gigantea. The tibiotarsus of Garganornis is approximately 30% larger than that of the living mute...
- Tibiotarsus of Tyto gigantea....
- leg running from the underside of the toes to the muscle behind the tibiotarsus will automatically be pulled and tighten when the leg bends, causing...
- and its keel; 7. patella; 8. tarsus; 9. digits; 10. tibia (tibiotarsus); 11. fibia (tibiotarsus); 12. femur; 13. ischium (innominate); 14. pubis (innominate);...
- consists of the femur. At the knee joint, the femur connects to the tibiotarsus (shin) and fibula (side of lower leg). The tarsometatarsus forms the...
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