The effects of subgroup and/or sex on quantitative measurements (length and width of the metatarsus
, width:length ratio) were evaluated with analysis of variance using the GLM procedure of SAS (1985).
When we look at modern birds of prey, a relatively short metatarsus
is one feature that gives the bird additional strength in its feet.
The tables below present the data on the electrical parameters such as dielectric constant ([epsilon]'), dielectric loss ([epsilon]"), resistivity ([rgo]) and conductivity (K) of bovine femur, tibia, humerus, radius /ulna (fore arm), metacarpus, metatarsus
, scapula, skull, pelvis, rib, and backbone taking 10 samples of each in wet / normal condition (table 1) and oven dried condition (table 2).
While Neville misses out, David Beckham will definitely be fit for the World Cup and he could be ready for action by the middle of next week after recovering well from his broken second metatarsus
in his left foot.
Key words: Alces alces, body size, bones, growth, metatarsus
, nutrient limitation, predation, skeletal.
2); mesapeltidium, metapeltidium white; abdomen creamy yellow with a median mottled violet-brown stripe dorsally and creamy grey laterally and dorsally; palp darker on tarsus and femur, metatarsus
and tibia pale to white, coxa creamy yellow (Fig.
Halluks rijidusu olanlar ve olmayanlar arasinda metatarsus
primus elavatus, 1.
There was evidence of a year effect on percent fat in the marrow of metacarpus and metatarsus
bones (P = 0.
We then moved the robot attachment point back to the metatarsus
, behind the toes.
Beckham has been sidelined for the last three weeks after breaking the second metatarsus
in his left foot, and he is poised to step up his recovery for the summer over the coming days.
length more or less equal to the total length of remaining tarsal segments.
Legs cream with brown marks on distal part of tibia and metatarsus