lumbricalis


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lum·bri·cals (lumbrical mus·cles) of hand

[TA]
four intrinsic muscles of the palm; origin, the two lateral: from the radial side of the tendons of the flexor digitorum profundus going to the index and middle fingers; the two medial: from the adjacent sides of the second and third, and third and fourth tendons; insertion, radial side of extensor tendon on dorsum of each of the four fingers; action, flexes metacarpophalangeal joint and extends the proximal and distal interphalangeal joint; nerve supply, the two radial muscles by the median, the two ulnar muscles by the ulnar.
Synonym(s): musculus lumbricalis manus [TA]

lumbricalis

(lŭm″brĭ-kăl′ĭs)
One of the worm-shaped muscles of the hand or foot.
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5 cm) of Furcellaria lumbricalis was collected at station E3 on 23 August 1987.
lumbricalis longus Digiti IV with respect to the tendo superficialis aponeurosis palmaris prodigiti IV
As far as the lumbricalis muscle, the insertion of its tendon is wrongly described as diminishing and becoming lost in the middle of a tendon behind the FJ.
Cladophora glomerata (Linnaeus) Kutzing + + Cladophora rupestris (Linnaeus) Kutzing + Coccotylus truncatus (Pallas) Wynne & Heine ++ Dictyosiphon foeniculaceus (Hudson) Greville + Furcellaria lumbricalis (Hudson) Lamouroux ++ +++ Pilayella littoralis (Linnaeus) Kjellman ++ ++ Polysiphonia fucoides (Hudson) Greville + ++ Polysiphonia fibrillosa (Dillwyn) Sprengel Potamogeton perfoliatus Linnaeus + Rhodomela confervoides (Hudson) Silva Ruppia maritima Linnaeus Stuckenia pectinata (Linnaeus) Borner ++ + Stictyosiphon tortilis (Ruprecht) Reinke + Tolypella nidifica (Muller) Leonhardi Zannichellia palustris Linnaeus + Zostera marina Linnaeus +++ +++ Total 13 9 Species Saarnaki Soru Battersia arctica (Harvey) Draisma Ceramium tenuicorne (Kutzing) Waern + + Chara sp.
Also, the scope of galactan research was broadened to include carrageenans of the Baltic Sea, especially the furcellaran from the red alga Furcellaria lumbricalis.
The following taxa were considered as the key species (habitat-forming species) in the study area: Fucus vesiculosus, Furcellaria lumbricalis, Zostera marina, other higher plants (Stuckenia pectinata, Potamogeton spp.