10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SYNDACTYLOUS»
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Fins into Limbs: Evolution, Development, and Transformation
Grüneberg (1952) re- ported a bilateral defect of the radius, in which carpals,
metacarpals, and digits on the radial side of the hand were also missing, and
digits III and IV were syndactylous. He also reviewed a defect in mice in which
Behavior of Exotic Pets
The syndactylous digits each retain a nail, and the resulting structure is used as a
grooming tool. Their fourth digit is somewhat elongated and used in part to
extract insects from bark.4 The forefeet also have five digits each, the first of
which is ...
Mammalogy: Adaptation, Diversity, Ecology
Digits are either didactylous (unfused toes, each in their own skin sheath) or
syndactylous (skeletal elements of the second and third toes fused, with both
digits in a common skin sheath) (figure 11.14). These characteristics remain
useful in ...
Walker's Marsupials of the World
Until recently the group generally was considered a suborder or superfamily
within a larger assemblage of syndactylous marsupials that also included the
Diprotodontia. However, Aplin and Archer (1987) explained that there evidently is
Connective Tissue and Its Heritable Disorders: Molecular, ...
Hands and feet are syndactylous, characteristic for Apert syndrome, and the
pattern differs from that seen in most of the other craniosynostosis syndromes [
102–104]. In the hand, the central three digits are always syndactylous, with a
Peter M. Royce, Beat Steinmann, 2003
Wild Pigs in the United States: Their History, Comparative ...
The region of the Francis Marion National Forest is a source of mule-foot, or
syndactylous, feral hogs, although their specific origin is unknown (Figure 3). The
mule-foot breed of domestic swine was never popular or widely distributed in the
John J. Mayer, I. Lehr Brisbin, 2008
The journal of heredity
-1 PEDIGREE OF SYNDACTYLY AND CLINODACTYLY Figure l Pedigree ofa
kindred in western lndia, illustrating the occurrence of syndactyly and clinodactyly
among the descendants ofa syndactylous man and his wife. Heavily outlined ...
Journal of Anatomy and Physiology
... 66 Breadth of the foot at the metatarso-phalangeal articulation 30 The second
and third toes were distinctly more syndactylous than any of the others. The
distance of the bottoms of the clefts between the toes from a line drawn across
the end ...
1st World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock ...
The right metacarpal bone was brachydactylous in most syndactylous animals.
The distal trochleas were reduced to a single trochlea with one or two sagittal
ridges. Some animals revealed tendency towards syndactyly by enlargement of
Spontaneous Animal Models of Human Disease
Among 55 genetically syndactylous (sy/sy) H01— stein-Friesian cattle in an
experimental herd and 32 syndactylous (sy/sy) cattle in dairy herds, syndactyly
involved the front feet more frequently than the hind feet, and the left front foot to a
Edwin J. Andrews, Billy C. Ward, Norman H. Altman, 1980