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Want to thank TFD for its existence? Tell a friend about us, add Dec 1, 2008 Early hypotheses suggested that the digits of tetrapods (land vertebrates) were homologues of the fin radials of fish, but this idea fell out of The pectoral fin is divided into two parts, the lower composed of free or separate rays very slender and thread-like, sometimes longer than the body. It has a Jan 17, 2019 We hypothesized that Pacific spiny dogfish rotate pectoral fins with three degrees of freedom relative to the body during volitional turning. The Jan 23, 2020 For many fish species, rhythmic movement of the pectoral fins, or forelimbs, drives locomotion. In terrestrial vertebrates, normal limb-based Nov 1, 2002 The base of the pectoral fin can be modeled as a flexible hinge joint defined by the articulation between the elongated skeletal elements of the fin NounEdit · pectoral fin (plural pectoral fins).
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Pectoral fin definition, (in fishes) either of a pair of fins usually situated behind the head, one on each side, and corresponding to the forelimbs of higher vertebrates. See more. Hitta perfekta Pectoral Fin bilder och redaktionellt nyhetsbildmaterial hos Getty Images.
2; Grandel and Schulte‐Merker, 1998; Thorsen and Hale, 2005). Their pectoral fins have been turned to yet more purposes.
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(ichthyology) Either of two fins located on each side of a fish just behind the head.
Pectoral fin definition, (in fishes) either of a pair of fins usually situated behind the head, one on each side, and corresponding to the forelimbs of higher vertebrates. See more. One set of shark fins usually consists of two pectoral fins, the first dorsal fin (and in large sharks with two dorsal fins, the second) and the lower lobe of the tail fin. These fins are either dried or salted and dried and used in the Orient and by Chinese communities elsewhere to produce shark fin soup.
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Adapier The mudskipper pectoral fin differs from most actinopterygian fishes in on land, the mudskipper uses its pectoral fins to â€œwanderâ€ about Skal , tunn fant , bud eller Pectoral , adj .
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Pectoral Fin Slapping. Commonly referred to as “pec slapping,” this is when a whale lying on it's side repeatedly raises a long pectoral fin into the air and slams it
Because many fishes use their pectoral fins as their primary propulsors, we aimed to examine more broadly the use of pectoral fin gaits in locomotion.
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These fins are either dried or salted and dried and used in the Orient and by Chinese communities elsewhere to produce shark fin soup. pectoral fin In fish, one of the pair of fins that are situated one on each side of the fish just behind the gills (‘breast fins’). Normally they are used for balancing and braking, but in some species (e.g.
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Some fishes have three dorsal fins! Fig. 2. Structure of the koi carp pectoral fin which consist 14 bony fins, The ray close to dorsal fin under natural condition is dorsal leading ray (No. 1); the Jun 1, 2018 “By flexing the pectoral and caudal fins the fish can turn up, down, or sideways. The pectoral fins are also used as brakes, being pushed Jan 26, 2016 - Winter.