By Rui Diogo, Juan F. Pastor, Adam Hartstone-Rose, Magdalena N. Muchlinski.
The 1st photographic and descriptive musculoskeletal atlas of a toddler gorilla, this ebook info the comparative and phylogenetic context of the gross anatomy and evolutionary heritage of the gentle tissue morphology of recent people and one among their closest kin. With precise top of the range images of musculoskeletal constructions, it offers an up to date assessment of the anatomical adaptations inside gorillas as good as an intensive checklist of the synonyms utilized in the literature to designate the constructions mentioned. it is going to be of curiosity to scholars, lecturers, and researchers learning primatolo. Read more...
Front disguise; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1. advent and goals; 2. method 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, dermis 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 groups of Gorillas; in regards to the Authors; colour Plate part
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Raven (1950), Gibbs (1999) and Gibbs et al. (2002) and was also found in one adult specimen dissected by us (Diogo et al. 2010), and this seems also to be the case in the gorillas illustrated by Preuschoft (1965). • Synonymy: Petit rond (Deniker 1885). Subscapularis (weight not measured) • Attachments: From subscapular fossa of scapula to lesser tuberosity of humerus, occasionally also extending distally to this tuberosity. • Usual innervation: Subscapular nerves (Eisler 1890, Hepburn 1892, Sommer 1907, Raven 1950, Preuschoft 1965).
Synonymy: Angulaire de l’omoplate (Deniker 1885); levator anguli scapulae (Macalister 1873, Hepburn 1892); levator scapulae dorsalis (Jouffroy 1971). 53 g; Fig. 3) • Attachments: From atlas to clavicle. • 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.
Contrary to these two latter groups, there is usually no distinct flexor pollicis longus in gorillas. Interestingly, Raven (1950) stated that in the gorilla dissected by him there was a separate flexor pollicis longus, with a belly that was distinct from, and only connected by a small tendon (beneath the flexor retinaculum) to, the main belly of the flexor digitorum profundus, originating from the radius and interosseous membrane and inserting, via a thin tendon, to the distal phalanx of the thumb.
Baby gorilla : photographic and descriptive atlas of skeleton, muscles and internal organs including CT scans and comparison with adult gorillas, humans and other primates by Rui Diogo, Juan F. Pastor, Adam Hartstone-Rose, Magdalena N. Muchlinski.