Brachial-vein



brachial vein
Historical Examples

North American Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 2, No. 3, July, 1826 Various

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  • Brachiate

    Botany. having widely spreading branches in alternate pairs. Zoology. having arms. to progress by means of brachiation. Historical Examples The Elements of Botany Asa Gray adjective (ˈbreɪkɪɪt; -ˌeɪt; ˈbræk-) (botany) having widely divergent paired branches verb (ˈbreɪkɪˌeɪt; ˈbræk-) (intransitive) (of some arboreal apes and monkeys) to swing by the arms from one hold to the […]



  • Brachiating

    Botany. having widely spreading branches in alternate pairs. Zoology. having arms. to progress by means of brachiation. adjective (ˈbreɪkɪɪt; -ˌeɪt; ˈbræk-) (botany) having widely divergent paired branches verb (ˈbreɪkɪˌeɪt; ˈbræk-) (intransitive) (of some arboreal apes and monkeys) to swing by the arms from one hold to the next

  • Brachiation

    locomotion accomplished by swinging by the arms from one hold to another. brachiation (brā’kē-ā’shən, brāk’ē-) Movement in which the suspended body swings by the arms from one hold to another, as in gibbons and arboreal primates. Adaptations used in brachiation, such as relatively long arms and a freely rotating shoulder joint, may have contributed to […]



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