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On the pectoral fin and shoulder girdle of the Arthrodires.
Erik Andersson StensiГ¶
Bibliography: p. 226-229.
|Series||Kungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademiens handlingar, 4 ser.,, bd. 8, nr. 1|
|LC Classifications||Q64 .S85 ser. 4, bd. 8, nr. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||a 61001770|
Appendicular Skeleton. STUDY. PLAY. Shoulder Girdle. also called pectoral girdle composed of only 2 bones: Clavicle and Scapula. Clavicle. Collar bone Double curved Attaches medially to manubrium of sternum Movement in shoulder girdle. 1) only attaches at one point to axial skeleton 2) Loose attachment of scapula allows it to slide. Figure – Pectoral Girdle: The pectoral girdle consists of the clavicle and the scapula, which serve to attach the upper limb to the sternum of the axial skeleton. The scapula (shoulder blade) lies on the posterior aspect of the shoulder. It articulates with the humerus (arm bone) to form the shoulder joint (the glenohumeral joint).
-large pectoral, small pelvic-broad based fins in early forms-no dermal bone, large scapulocoracoid, connects left and right girdles-pelvic girdle connected by simple rod of cartilage-modern narrow fin base allows fin to rotate/help with maneuvering-3 basal pterygiophores in pectoral fin-2 basal pterygiophores in pelvic fin. The bony structures of the shoulder include the pectoral girdle and one arm bone. These bones have some interesting landmarks, including various bumps and projections. The shoulder and arm bones can be broken or dislocated by traumatic injuries. The pectoral girdle The two bones of the shoulder, the clavicle and the scapula, comprise the pectoral [ ].
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In appearance, their bodies were sharklike, with broad, fleshy paired pectoral fins, pelvic fins and an anal fin, as well as a single dorsal fin. In many advanced arthrodires, the tail was naked, but in more primitive forms the tail was covered with scales that didn’t overlap, that were small polygonal plates of bone with an ornamentation of.
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et sp. nov., Bullerichthys fascidens gen. et sp. nov. and Kendrickkhthys cavemosus gen. et sp. nov. Their structure and relationships are discussed within the framework Cited by: The unique specimen of Coccosteus angustus Traquair, from the Lower Devonian Hunsrückschiefer of Germany, is redescribed and referred to Gemuendenaspis Previously unrecorded details of its morphology and a reconstruction are given.
A review of the proposed patterns for the ancestral morphotype in the gnathostome pectoral fin suggests that the underlying models have driven the interpretation of anatomy. Structure, Function, and Neural Control of Pectoral Fins in Fishes Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering 29(3) - August with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Abstract. A brief account and new restorations of the Scottish Middle Old Red Sandstone fish Rhamphodopsis are given, based largely on new material from Edderton, Ross-shire.
The Edderton material is of the species Rhamphodopsis threiplandi Watson, previously known only from A chanarras, Caithness.
The known material of Rhamphodopsis trispinatus Watson, from Moray Firth and Cromarty Cited by: On the coccosteid arthrodire Millerosteus minor. ADRIAN J. DESMOND. ADRIAN J. DESMOND, On the coccosteid arthrodire Millerosteus minor, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol Issue 4, JuneOn the pectoral fin and shoulder girdle of the by: Tiktaalik generally had the characteristics of a lobe-finned fish, but with front fins featuring arm-like skeletal structures more akin to those of a crocodile, including a shoulder, elbow, and fossil discovered in did not include the rear fins and tail.
It had rows of sharp teeth indicative of a predator fish, and its neck could move independently of its body, which is not Class: Sarcopterygii. shoulder girdle skeleton, a row of four radials that form a basal support for the fin, a cartilage pad upon which the fin rays rotate, a series of fin rays with rotational bases, and a set of muscles.
Fossil fishes from china provide first evidence of dermal pelvic girdles in osteichthyans. (PMID PMCID:PMC) As the first evidence for the presence of dermal pelvic girdles in osteichthyans, On the pectoral fin and shoulder girdle of the arthrodires. Kungliga Svenska Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar.
One pectoral fin articulation, an anterior insertion for the internal rectus extra ocular muscle, and two abducens innervated eye muscles, may be primitive for placoderms, and for the Gnatho.
The pectoral girdle of sibyrhynchids consists of a pair of prominent, elongated and robust scapulocoracoids, a pair of small and thin triangular suprascapular cartilages and an unpaired intercoracoid basal plate (sc, supsc, intc, Fig.
1).The pectoral girdle and left pectoral fin of KUNHM are preserved, almost articulated, in a natural position (Fig. 1A).Cited by: 7. Abstract. Two monotypic genera of coccosteoid eubrachythoracid arthrodires are described from the Upper Devonian Gogo Formation of Western Australia as Compagopiscisgen.
nov. and Gogopiscisgen. nov. They are most closely related to Torosteus Gardiner & Miles, also from the Gogo Formation, and all three are placed in the family Plourdosteidae Vezina, ; Compagopiscis. Structural characteristics of the pectoral girdle that adapt it to a wide range of movement include a) heavy bones b) relatively weak joints c) limited range of motion at the shoulder joint d) joints stabilized by ligaments and tendons to the thoracic cage.
Erik Andersson Stensiö, Swedish palaeontologist. Taxon names authored (List may be incomplete) 12 taxon names authored by Erik Andersson Stensiö; Publications  (List may be incomplete) Stensiö, E. A., Triassic fishes from Spitzbergen olm, Almquist & Wiksells Boktryckeri.
The pectoral girdle is made up of two major bones: the clavicle and scapula. Clavicle bone. The clavicle or collarbone is an S-shaped bone situated at the front of Author: Kiara Anthony. New finds of acanthodians, arthrodires, crossopterygians, ganoids and dipnoans in the upper middle devonian calcareous flags (oberer plattenkalk) of the bergisch gladbach-paffrath trough Stensiö, E.
A. On the pectoral fin and shoulder girdle of the Arthrodires.—Stockholm, Kungl. Sv. Vet. Akad., New finds of acanthodians Cited by: The bones that attach each upper limb to the axial skeleton form the pectoral girdle (shoulder girdle).
This consists of two bones, the scapula and clavicle (). The clavicle (collarbone) is an S-shaped bone located on the anterior side of the shoulder. It is attached on its medial end to the sternum of the thoracic cage, which is part of the.