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femora

(fĕm′ər-ə)
n.
A plural of femur.

femora

See femur.
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RIGHT FEMUR

femur

(fē′mŭr) plural.femora [L.]
The thigh bone. It extends from the hip to the knee and is the longest and strongest bone in the skeleton.
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Hind femora dark brown ([male] postpedicel about 2.
Hind femora with basal halves at least yellowish brown to yellow .
In this paper we present findings from a recent excavation at the Mitla Fortress, in the Tlacolula arm of the Valley of Oaxaca (near Lambityeco), which yielded new evidence relevant to the two alternative interpretations of curated human femora (Figure 1).
Color on femora light with scattered darker markings, dark annuli on other segments.
In profile, middle keel of pronotum flaked, its highest point placed between transverse sulci and humeri; hind process of pronotum wedge-shaped, only reaching apex of femora.
However, there were almost "zero" accepted configurations for the deformed femora under these conditions.
Femora were cut transversely 175 mm from the lesser trochanter (225 mm from the most proximal point of the greater trochanter).
getazi, which however shows a distinctive spotted ventral surface of the femora, that is not present in this new species.
Stridulating organs on the femora of Mallinella Strand 1906 (Zodariidae) were noted for the first time while sorting through collections of representatives of the family from Thailand collected by P.
Ideal femoral component size was measured on radiography, computed tomography, and by direct measurement of 20 cadaver femora and analyzed statistically.
Nakamura K, Tronzo RG, Wittles M, et al: Comparative testing of subcapital fracture fixation in osteoporotic and non-osteoporotic femora.