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Non-adaptive evolution of the m. palmaris longus in the Homininae.

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Feb 17, 2015

Zach ThrockmortonNathanial Thomas

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The palmaris longus muscle is widely recognized for its notable variability in living humans. These variations include not only muscle belly reversal, distinct double muscle bellies, duplication and triplication, but also total uni- or bilateral agenesis (absence). A review of the liter...read more

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Pongo
Comparative Analysis
Pongo pygmaeus
Entire Palmaris Longus Muscle
Agenesis
Study
Belly of Skeletal Muscle
Congenital Bilateral Absence
Pan troglodytes
Gorilla <Western Gorilla>
14
2
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    bioRxiv

    Feb 17, 2015

    Zach ThrockmortonNathanial Thomas

    PMID: 990015321

    DOI: 10.1101/015321

    Abstract

    The palmaris longus muscle is widely recognized for its notable variability in living humans. These variations include not only muscle belly reversal, distinct double muscle bellies, duplication and triplication, but also total uni- or bilateral agenesis (absence). A review of the liter...read more

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    Pongo
    Comparative Analysis
    Pongo pygmaeus
    Entire Palmaris Longus Muscle
    Agenesis
    14
    2

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