Definition of Sacrals
1. sacral [n] - See also: sacral
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Literary usage of Sacrals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Fieldiana: Geology by Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Natural History Museum (1907)
"As a result, the neural arches of sacrals n-iv inclusive were too badly damaged to be restored; and with them the centra above the lateral cavities. ..."
2. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1906)
"sacrals.—The sacrum is completely preserved in the type of Tyrannosaurus, consisting of five ... Viewed from the front sacrals 2 and 3 are wedge-shaped, ..."
3. Revision of the Pelycosauria of North America by Ermine Cowles Case (1907)
"... These vertebrae immediately preceding the sacrals are slightly, but not greatly, shorter than the rest of the vertebrae. The bottom line is very concave ..."
4. Text-book of Paleontology by Karl Alfred von Zittel (1902)
"ostrich, which as well as the apteryx has three sacrals. ... and ribs may be present also on the anterior two or three sacrals; those of the cervical region ..."
5. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1868)
"The dorsals are rather constricted, and rounded below ; the lumbo-sacrals have a strong median keel, except in one near the canal series, when it again ..."
6. Outlines of Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates by John Sterling Kingsley (1917)
"The true sacrals (three in ostriches, two elsewhere) lie just behind the pits ... There are primitively two sacrals, but others may unite with these until ..."
7. Outlines of Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates by John Sterling Kingsley (1917)
"As the bird stands on two feet and holds the body obliquely, several of the dorsal and caudal vertebrae (up to 20) have fused with the true sacrals into a ..."