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STUDY OF MONKEY, APE, AND HUMAN MORPHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY RELATING TO STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE. PHASE 4. THE MUSCULOSKELETAL ANATOMY OF THE THORAX AND BRACHIUM OF AN ADULT FEMALE CHIMPANZEE
Rept. no. 1 (Final), 1961-1963
EDWARDS (WILLIAM E) COLUMBIA SC
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The left thoracic and brachial musculature of a young-adult female chimpanzee is described and illustrated with the accuracy of detail plus clarity made possible by the photo-etching process. Other data are depicted graphically by section drawings. Comparisons with data from the literature on other chimpanzees, apes, humans, and non-hominoid primates are also provided, with emphasis on quantitative aspects.
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