Pectoral Girdle

Science / Biology / Pectoral Girdle: In humans, the bony arch by which the arms are attached to the rest of the skeleton; composed of the clavicle and scapula.

Pectoral Girdle

Science / Biology / Pectoral Girdle: In humans, the bony arch by which the arms are attached to the rest of the skeleton; composed of the clavicle and scapula. MORE

Pelvic Girdle

Science / Biology / Pelvic Girdle: In humans, the bony arch by which the legs are attached to the rest of the skeleton; composed of the two hipbones. MORE

Appendicular Skeleton

Science / Biology / Appendicular Skeleton: The bones of the appendages (wings, legs, and arms or fins) and of the pelvic and pectoral girdles that join the appendages to the rest of the skeleton; one of the two components of the skeleton of ve MORE

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