By Rui Diogo, Juan F. Pastor, Adam Hartstone-Rose, Magdalena N. Muchlinski.
The 1st photographic and descriptive musculoskeletal atlas of a child gorilla, this e-book information the comparative and phylogenetic context of the gross anatomy and evolutionary heritage of the tender tissue morphology of contemporary people and certainly one of their closest kinfolk. With distinct top quality images of musculoskeletal constructions, it presents an up-to-date assessment of the anatomical diversifications inside gorillas as good as an in depth record of the synonyms utilized in the literature to designate the constructions mentioned. it will likely be of curiosity to scholars, lecturers, and researchers learning primatolo. Read more...
Front disguise; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1. advent and goals; 2. technique and fabric; three. Head and Neck Musculature; four. Pectoral and top Limb Musculature; five. Trunk and again Musculature; 6. Diaphragmatic and stomach Musculature; 7. Perineal, Coccygeal and Anal Musculature; eight. Pelvic and reduce Limb Musculature; nine. inner Organs, pores and skin and fats; Appendix I: Literature together with information regarding the muscular tissues of Gorillas; Appendix II: Literature brought up, no longer together with information regarding the muscle mass of Gorillas; concerning the Authors; colour Plate part
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Usual innervation: C2 and C3 (Eisler 1890), C3 and C4 (Sommer 1907), C4 and C5 (Preuschoft 1965), or C2, C3 and C4 (Raven 1950). , the specimens reported by Preuschoft (1965), in which the muscle attached to the clavicle and scapula. Andrews & Groves (1976) stated that in gorillas the insertion of the muscle onto the clavicle is superficial/lateral to the trapezius, but Deniker (1885), Sommer (1907), Schück (1913a,b), Raven (1950), Preuschoft (1965) and Jouffroy (1971) stated that it is actually deep/medial to the this latter muscle, a statement that was corroborated by our dissections (see Fig.
09 g; Fig. 7) • Attachments: From pisiform, and occasionally from the adjacent ligaments, as well as from the metacarpal V, the hamate and/or the triquetrum, to ulnar side of metacarpophalangeal joint and of base of proximal phalanx of digit 5. • Usual innervation: Deep branch of ulnar nerve (Eisler 1890, Hepburn 1892, Höfer 1892, Sommer 1907, Raven 1950, Preuschoft 1965).
Usual innervation: Musculocutaneous nerve (Eisler 1890, Hepburn 1892, Sommer 1907, Raven 1950, Preuschoft 1965, Koizumi & Sakai 1995), but occasionally also by branches of the radial nerve according to Raven (1950) and Preuschoft (1965), and by branches of both the radial and median nerves according to Hepburn (1892). , Raven (1950). • Synonymy: Brachialis anticus or brachialis anterior (Owen 1868, Chapman 1878, Deniker 1885, Hepburn 1892). 61 g; Fig. 6) • Attachments: From coracoid process (caput breve) and supraglenoid tubercle (caput longum) of scapula, to bicipital tubercle of radius (common tendon) and to fascia lying over the forearm flexors (bicipital aponeurosis, or ‘lacertus fibrosus’).