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Definition of the noun Alisphenoid
What does Alisphenoid mean as a name of something?
- [anatomy] the greater wing of the sphenoid bone
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Cetacean Paleobiology (2016)
by Felix G. Marx, Olivier Lambert, Mark D. Uhen
The alisphenoid is a relatively large element, variably exposed in and/or just below the temporal fossa in archaeocetes, odontocetes and most mysticetes (e.g. , Fraser and Purves, 1960; Muller, 1954). The alisphenoid encloses the foramen ...
An Introduction to Zoology (1921)
by Charles Henry O'Donoghue
The alisphenoid is a wing-shaped bone, part of which is embedded in the posterior corner of ...
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature ... in Thirty Volumes with New American Supplement
The alisphenoid is a large broad bone. The tympanic cavity is completely enclosed ...
Collected papers (1903)
The mammalian alisphenoid is an ossification of the ala temporalis, which spreads into the membranous cranial wall, which is not homologous with the cranial wall of lizards, but lies outside it. (Jaupp has shown that part, at any rate, of the ala ...
The mammalian alisphenoid is an ossification of the ala temporalis, which spreads into the membranous cranial wall, which is not homologous with the cranial wall of lizards, but lies outside it. Gaupp has shown that part, at any rate, of the ala ...
North American Fauna (1891)
The basisphenoid articulates with the basioccipital, presphenoid, alisphenoids ( by ankylosis), pterygoids (by ankylosis), and vertical plates of the palatines (by contact antero-inferiorly — see fig. 7). The alisphenoid is a very important bone, ...
The Death Valley Expedition (1893)
A Biological Survey of Parts of California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah
The basisphenoid articulates with the basioccipital, presphenoid, alisphenoids ( by ankylosis), pterygoids (by ankylosis), and vertical plates of the palatines (by contact antero inferiorly — see fig. 7). The alisphenoid is a very important bone, ...
A Dictionary of Zoology (2014)
by Michael Allaby
alisphenoid A bone that forms ...
6000 Scientific Terms Explored and Explained by Michael Allaby
alisphenoid One of a pair of structures that extend to either side of the sphenoid bone in the skull of vertebrates.
by I. F. Henderson
the alisphenoid of a ñsh skull (задав. subtes- mina! (sübtèg'mlnäl) а. L. гид, under; regnen, a covering] Under the te en or inner coat of a seed (001. . пытавши- свищ—иго prolongations of the echinoderm ...
by Bernard Wood
the basioccipital, basisphenoid, and right alisphenoid (A.L. ...
by Alexander Duane
Alisphenoid (al” cc-st'ee' noyd ) ...
A Dictionary of Ecology (2010)
by Michael Allaby
mammal regions 234 a flexible neck typically with seven vertebrae, articulating through two occipital condyles, the side wall of the skull is formed by the alisphenoid bone, the lower jaw is formed from the dentary bone and articulates with the ...
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Video shows what alisphenoid means. the greater wing of the sphenoid bone. Alisphenoid Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
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