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Anterior belly

Anterior belly of digastric muscle

(Science: anatomy) The portion of the digastric muscle which extends anteriorly from the intermediate tendon, and attaches to the posterior aspect of the mandible.

Synonym: venter anterior musculi digastrici.


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Subspecies comparison of the Genus: Corucia

... progression can be seen from species of various niches based on anterior foot length (the junction of the ulna / radius carpal bones to longest ... in general for both subspecies. The abaxial area (lower chest and belly region to vent) is void of bands and spots. It is generally a solid ...

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subspecies comparision of the Genus: Corucia

... progression can be seen from species of various niches based on anterior foot length (the junction of the ulna / radius carpal bones to longest ... in general for both subspecies. The abaxial area (lower chest and belly region to vent) is void of bands and spots. It is generally a solid ...

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by Brian - LCRC
Fri Aug 25, 2006 8:06 pm
 
Forum: Genetics
Topic: subspecies comparision of the Genus: Corucia
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