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. A course of instruction in zootomy (vertebrata). Anatomy, Comparative. 204 ZOOTOMY. rudimentary first metacarpal is the single phalanx of the first digit or pollex : the second digit has two phalanges, the proximal one (ph.2] being flattened and very thin on its post-axial side, the distal one (p/i.2J) pointed and concave dorsally: the third metacarpal bears a single pointed phalanx (ph.3). 101. In the young bird the metacarpals are distinct bones with cartilaginous epiphyses. XIV. Make out the characters of the pelvis or hip girdle as follows : 102. It consists of two paired bones, the ossa

. A course of instruction in zootomy (vertebrata). Anatomy, Comparative. 204 ZOOTOMY. rudimentary first metacarpal is the single phalanx of the first digit or pollex : the second digit has two phalanges, the proximal one (ph.2] being flattened and very thin on its post-axial side, the distal one (p/i.2J) pointed and concave dorsally: the third metacarpal bears a single pointed phalanx (ph.3). 101. In the young bird the metacarpals are distinct bones with cartilaginous epiphyses. XIV. Make out the characters of the pelvis or hip girdle as follows : 102. It consists of two paired bones, the ossa Stock Photo
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. A course of instruction in zootomy (vertebrata). Anatomy, Comparative. 204 ZOOTOMY. rudimentary first metacarpal is the single phalanx of the first digit or pollex : the second digit has two phalanges, the proximal one (ph.2] being flattened and very thin on its post-axial side, the distal one (p/i.2J) pointed and concave dorsally: the third metacarpal bears a single pointed phalanx (ph.3). 101. In the young bird the metacarpals are distinct bones with cartilaginous epiphyses. XIV. Make out the characters of the pelvis or hip girdle as follows : 102. It consists of two paired bones, the ossa inno- minata (Fig. 50), more or less extensively ankylosed to n. obf is fu FIG. 50.—Columba livia. Left os innominatum of a nestling (fourteen days), viewed from without ( x 2). The cartilage is distinguished by dotting. ac, acetabuluin: a.tr, anti-trochanter: il, pre-, and z7, post- acetabular portion of ilium : is, ischium : t.s.f, ilio-sciatic foramen : ob.ft obturator fissure : pu, pubis. the sacrum in the adult, but easily separable in the young bird. 103. The acetabulum (Fig. 48, ac),& rounded articular cavity on the outer surface of each os innominatum, per- forated by an aperture, and serving for the articulation of the leg: its postero-dorsal region is prolonged into a distinct facet, the anti-trochanter (a.tr).. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Parker, T. Jeffery (Thomas Jeffery), 1850-1897. London, Macmillan

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