Girdle bone

Related to Girdle bone: pelvises
(Anat.) the sphenethmoid. See under Sphenethmoid.

See also: Girdle

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The ossification starting time of pelvic girdle bones are shown in table 1.
Turtles are unique among Earth's vertebrates in that they are the only one to form a shell on the outside of their bodies through fusing their ribs, vertebrae and shoulder girdle bones - around 50 bones in total.
The notochord penetrated the brain case to the level of the pituitary gland, and a series of extrascapular dermal shoulder girdle bones were attached to the dermal head shield.