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Trabecular Bone Structure Correlates with Hand Posture and Use in Hominoids

Image taken from Tsegai et al. article p. 3.

Image taken from Tsegai et al. article p. 3.

A paper from PLOS ONE investigating the structure of trabecular bone of the third metacarpal in apes, gibbons and humans and it’s relation to their locomotion.

Full citation:

Tsegai Z. J. et al. (2013) ‘Trabecular Bone Structure Correlates with Hand Posture and Use in Hominoids’. PLOS ONE 11: 1- 14 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0078781

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