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*  Navicular bone
CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Chapter 32, FRACTURE AND LUXATION OF THE TARSUS AND METATARSUS "Textbook of ... Small Animal Orthopaedics" written by Charles D. Newton, D.V.M., M.S. and David M. Nunamaker, V.M.D. J.B. Lippincott Company, ...
*  List of MeSH codes (A13)
... animal MeSH A13.395.823 --- wing MeSH A13.473.683 --- stifle MeSH A13.473.821 --- tarsus, animal MeSH A13.507.288 --- antlers ...
*  Belen, Tarsus
Main economic activities are agriculture animal breeding and poultry husbandry. Governor2s page Statistical Institute Archived ... Its distance to Tarsus is 30 kilometres (19 mi) and to Mersin is 55 kilometres (34 mi). The population of Belen was 684 as of ... Belen is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Taurus Mountains. ...
*  Taşçılı, Tarsus
The main economic sectors of the village are agriculture and animal breeding. Grapes, carab, olice and various citrus species ... Its distance to Tarsus is 27 kilometres (17 mi) and to Mersin is 25 kilometres (16 mi). The population of Taşçılı was 745 as of ... Taşçılı is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°59′N 34°41′E / 36.983°N 34.683°E / 36.983; 34.683 ...
*  Kaklıktaşı
Main economic activities are agriculture animal breeding and poultry husbandry. Tarsus Governor's page Statistical Institute ... Its distance to Tarsus is 32 kilometres (20 mi) and to Mersin is 36 kilometres (22 mi). The population of Belen was 351 as of ... Kaklıktaşı is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Taurus Mountains. ...
*  Tarsier
... s also have very long hind limbs, due mostly to the extremely elongated tarsus bones of the feet, from which the animals ... The first stage in this is educating the local peoples on the importance of keeping the animal safe and secure. A number of ... 2 Tarsiers are small animals with enormous eyes; each eyeball is approximately 16 mm in diameter and is as large as its entire ... "Totally Protected Animals of Sarawak". Forestry Department of Sarawak. Retrieved 1 January 2010. General references Schmitz, J ...
*  Northwestern crow
Individuals may be distinguished by in-hand criteria such as smaller wing chord and tail length, shorter tarsus, and smaller ... Identification percentages increase when sex of animal is known. Like the American crow, the sexes look the same. Older birds ...
*  Calcaneus
... or heel bone is a bone of the tarsus of the foot which constitutes the heel. In some other animals, it is the point of the hock ...
*  Cyphophthalmi
Male Cyphophthalmi possess a structure on their fourth pair of tarsi known as an adenostyle. The adenostyle usually appears as ... Like most animals, Cyphophthalmi express morphological distinctions between male and female individuals. ...
*  Blaberus giganteus
However, aged cockroaches or cockroaches with damaged tarsi can overcome such slopes only with difficulty. The rate of oxygen ... consumption in some animals and in insects is proportionate to body weight. Oxygen consumption increases with activity and is ...
*  Moral status of animals in the ancient world
... with Paul of Tarsus interpreting the Sabbath requirement, "Thou shalt not muzzle the ox as he treadeth the corn" as intended to ... Animal worship Animism Intrinsic value (animal ethics) Ryder, Richard. Animal Revolution: Changing Attitudes Towards Speciesism ... Nevertheless, he denied animals rationality and moral equality. "Plants are created for the sake of animals," he wrote, "and ... Animals, Property, and the Law. Temple University Press, 1995, p. 37. Taylor, Angus. Animals and Ethics. Broadview Press, 2003 ...
*  Thamal al-Dulafi
... including over 28,000 animals. By this time, he had apparently already been appointed as governor of Tarsus. In 924, according ... Thamal returned to Tarsus in December 927/January 928. In March/April 931, according to Ibn al-Athir, he embarked on a raiding ... Having returned to Tarsus in late 926/early 927, he led the summer raid against the Byzantines in 927. During the campaign ... During his absence, Tarsus was governed by his lieutenant Bushra, who along with the eunuch Muflih also supervised the prisoner ...
*  Chrysolopus spectabilis
The underside of the body is shaded in matt green, and a white or green line runs the length of the animal's sides. The head, ... The powerful legs have a thick voering of hair on the tarsi, which have no claws. The larvae are 40-50 mm (1.6-2.0 in) long; ... The colouration varies across the year, with animals emerging later in the season having a bluer colour. The snout is about as ... It is in good condition, although its legs are missing most of their tarsi. The body of Chrysolopus spectabilis is an elongated ...
*  Christian dietary laws
... from meat of strangled animals". In the New Testament, Paul of Tarsus notes that some devout Christians may wish to abstain ... This practice stems from Peter's vision of a sheet with animals, in which Saint Peter "sees a sheet containing animals of every ... Slaughtering animals for food is often done without the trinitarian formula, although the Armenian Apostolic Church, among ... Christianity portal Animals portal Bible Diet Christian views on alcohol Kosher Kutha meat Islamic dietary laws Pescetarianism ...
*  Proleg
Terrestrial locomotion in animals Suzuki, Y.; Palopoli, M. (2001). "Evolution of insect abdominal appendages: Are prolegs ... Certainly in their morphology they are not jointed, and so lack the five segments (coxa, trochanter, femur, tibia, tarsus) of ...
*  Sangihe tarsier
It has sharp teeth, since it strictly eats animal matter. The tails are very long compared to body size and are used for ... The large, round, forward-facing, pale-chestnut-colored eyes and elongated digits and tarsus are basic characteristics of the ...
*  Tarsometatarsus
While birds are the best-known animals with this fused bone, they were not the only group and not even the first to have it: in ... Despite this, the tarsometatarsus of birds is often referred to as just the tarsus or metatarsus. There are several ways and ... It is formed from the fusion of several bones found in other types of animals, and homologous to the mammalian tarsal (ankle) ...
*  Countercurrent exchange
... or tarsi, of a bird, for instance. When animals like the leatherback turtle and dolphins are in colder water to which they are ... Countercurrent processes have also been used to study the behavior of small animals and isolate individuals with altered ... Schmidt-Nielsen, Knut (1981). "Countercurrent systems in animals". Scientific American (May): 118-128. Williams, Peter L.; ...
*  Langobardisaurus
Moving distally, the tarsi were small and compact. These facts suggest that the Langobardisaurus was capable of bipedal ... such an adaptation would have allowed the animal to both chase after prey and run from predators. Based on the hypothesis that ...
*  Aedes canadensis
Animals fed on by the femmales includes large and small mammals, birds reptiles and amphibians, there is a record of the ... In general the adults of this species havee dark, the females often reddish, bodies which have contrasting white banded tarsi ... Female Aedes canadensis gain blood meals from a wide range of large and small animals, birds and reptiles. It is particularly ...
*  Carpus (disambiguation)
Carpus may refer to: 'Carpal bones, a cluster of bones in human wrists, and in other animals. Karpos, a character in Greek ... a character in the Pastoral Epistles Carpus and tarsus of land vertebrates Saint Carpus, a martyr of the church Carpal means " ...
*  Oriental rat flea
If they are laid on an animal, they soon fall off in the dust or in the animals bedding. If the eggs do fall immediately on the ... A flea's leg consists of four parts: the part that is closest to the body is the coxa; next are the femur, tibia, and tarsus. A ... Fleas smell exhaled carbon dioxide from humans and animals and jump rapidly to the source to feed on the newly found host. A ... Microscopic white eggs fall easily from the female to the ground or from the animal she lays on. ...
*  Merlin (bird)
Larger birds (e.g. sandpipers, flickers and even rock pigeons as heavy as the merlin itself) and other animals-insects ( ... and the tarsus measures 3.7 cm (1.5 in). Such sexual dimorphism is common among raptors; it allows males and females to hunt ... different prey animals and decreases the territory size needed to feed a mated pair. The male merlin has a blue-grey back, ...
*  Sarcophaga crassipalpis
The six legs possess a tarsus, or foot, with a pair of claws for gripping rough surfaces. Beneath the claws is a fleshy, ... The flesh fly Sarcophaga crassipalpis is a common laboratory animal used in the study of gene expression and the study of ... ISBN 0-226-84548-6. http://www.everythingabout.net/articles/biology/animals/arthropods/insects/flies/ http://www.flycontrol. ...
*  Surface anatomy
The ankle is the tarsus and tarsal, and the heel is the calcaneus or calcaneal. The foot is the pes and pedal region, and the ... Following are lists of surface anatomical features in humans and other animals. Sorted roughly from head to tail, cranial to ... is the study of the external features of the body of an animal. In birds this is termed topography. Surface anatomy deals with ...
*  Daeodon
... as well as features of its carpus and tarsus and the fusion of the bones of the lower leg. Like other entelodonts, its limbs ... a very similar and much more complete animal from the same rocks, which was promptly assigned as a species of Daeodon by ...