Definition of Squamosals

1. squamosal [n] - See also: squamosal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squamosals

squamipen
squamo-
squamo-occipital
squamocellular
squamocolumnar
squamocolumnar junction
squamofrontal
squamoid
squamomastoid
squamomastoid suture
squamoparietal
squamoparietal suture
squamopetrosal
squamosa
squamosal
squamosals (current term)
squamose
squamosely
squamosity
squamosphenoid
squamotemporal
squamotympanic
squamotympanic fissure
squamous
squamous alveolar cells
squamous border
squamous border of parietal bone
squamous border of sphenoid bone
squamous cell
squamous cell carcinoma

Literary usage of Squamosals

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1921)
"The postorbital bones are of moderate size; ia proportion to the small squamosals they are large. They occupy about two-fifths of the lateral borders of the ..."

2. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1871)
"... and squamosals. Frontal (/) with the exposed surface broadly triangular above between the supraoccipital and max- illaries; curved inwards behind the ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1847)
"The contraction of the capacity of the brain-chamber is due chiefly to arrested development of the frontale, pariƩtale, supraoccipital and squamosals. ..."

4. The alligator and its allies by Albert Moore Reese (1915)
"On each side of the parietal and forming the posterior corners of the rectangular postero-dorsal region of the skull are the squamosals (7). ..."

5. The Alligator and Its Allies by Albert Moore Reese (1915)
"On each side of the parietal and forming the posterior corners of the rectangular postero-dorsal region of the skull are the squamosals (7). ..."

6. On the Archetype and Homologies of the Vertebrate Skeleton by Richard Owen (1848)
"The contraction of the capacity of the brain-chamber is due chiefly to arrested development of the frontals, parietals, supraoccipital and squamosals. ..."

7. On the Archetype and Homologies of the Vertebrate Skeleton by Richard Owen (1848)
"The contraction of the capacity of the brain-chamber is due chiefly to arrested development of the frontals, parietals, supraoccipital and squamosals. ..."

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