10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YPSILOID»
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The primary functions of the rectus abdominis muscles are to provide support for
the viscera, retract the hyoid, and flex the vertebral column ventrally.
Salamanders possessing an ypsiloid cartilage (see discussion under
Appendicular System) ...
William E. Duellman, 1994
A median Y-shaped ypsiloid (prepubic) cartilage develops just anterior to the
pubic area in most salamanders. The ypsiloid cartilage is associated with the
hydrostatic function of the lungs. By elevating the cartilage, the salamander is
According to Whipple (iqo6) there exist, with regard to the homology ot the
ypsiloid cartilage (include here also the epi- pubis of Xenopus), two contradictory
conceptions : i. The ypsiloid is homologue to the antero-median process of the
National Museum (South Africa), 1935
South African Journal of Science
Meeste van die ouer navorsers, soos Wiedersheim (1892), het gemeen, dat die
ypsiloid-apparaat van die Urodela 'n buik- gordelderivaat is, en dat dit
homoloog_ met die processus epipubicus van Necturus is. Bunge het egter in
1880 al ...
Annale - Universiteit van Stellenbosch
27) remarked "One is tempted to homolog'ze the prepubis with the ypsiloid
apparatus of the salamander. This homology is supported by the fact that the
prepubis is found in only the more primitive Salientia", but, in view of muscle
University of Stellenbosch, 1955
The Biological Bulletin
According to Whipple ('06), the ypsiloid apparatus (see also Smith, '06') of many
Urodeles subserves a hydrostatic function in changing the angle of inclination of
the body in a vertical plane by pressing upon the posterior part of the expanded ...
Frank Rattray Lillie, Carl Richard Moore, Alfred Clarence Redfield, 1907
Lexicon Medicum: Or, Medical Dictionary
.Yorlrshire almicle. See Pinguicula. YeleoGLo'ssus. (From 04.0.01}th the ypsiloid
bone, and ymna, the tongue.) A muscle originating in the ypsiloid bone, and
terminating in thetongue. Yrsrnor'nns. (From :1, the Greek letter, called ypsilon,
Fossil Salamanders of North America
Lacrimals, pterygoids, and the ypsiloid cartilages are absent, but pterygoids are
present in the larvae. The vertebrae are opisth- ocoelous (condyle anteriorly,
cotyle posteriorly) because nonskeletal plugs form in the cotylar area of the
A New Medical Dictionary: Containing an Explanation of the ...
Yav». T he African name for raspberry. See Frambccsia. Yellow fever. See Febrit
contimta. Yellow *nimders. See Santahtm album. Yorkihire taniele. Sec
Pinguienla. YrstLOGLossTTs. (From -i-iMtifnt, the ypsiloid bone, and yxao-ca, the
Handbook of Salamanders: The Salamanders of the United ...
ground color above seal-brown variegated with small white flecks; belly yellow or
orange; tail short; vomerine teeth in 2 short, curved series widely separated; no
nasal bones; lungs and ypsiloid cartilage reduced. Only a single species ...
Sherman Chauncey Bishop, 1943