Atlas digital del esqueleto de Lynx pardinus

Húmero de Lynx pardinus

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Vista Dorsal


Vista izquierda


Vista frontal


Vista basal


Vista derecha


Vista trasera

Tablas de medidas de Húmero↑subir
ID Código Descripción Media Ver
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GLGreatest length (+) 155.10 Ver
GL1Greatest length of the lateral part: from the cranial part of the lateral tuberosity to the most distal point of the lateral border of the trochlea. Only in horses (+) 149.50 Ver
GLCGreatest length from caput (head) (+) 149.69 Ver
Bp(Greatest) breadth of the proximal end. Not in canids or lagomorphs (-) 27.81 Ver
DpDepth od the proximal end. Only in canids and lagomorphs. 33.49 Ver
SDSmallest breadth of the diaphysis (+) 10.78 Ver
Bd(Greatest) breadth of the distal end. Difficult to measure in rumiants and equids. because the most lateral and the most medial prominet points do not lie in the same plane and moreover the trochlea. especially in Bos. is oblique. If this distance is measured at right angles to the imaginated lingitudinal axis of the bone. the result is a disproportionately hight value. This measurement is therefore to be taken in equids and romiants. A slide gauge with broad callipers mus always be used (-) 29.10 Ver
BT(Greatest) breadth of the trochlea. Only in equids and ruminants. The trochlea is measured in the middle from the cranial side including the outer borders of the both the lateral and medial condyles. (-) 20.99 Ver