brachial definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, concerning, or resembling the arm or a similar or homologous component, including the foreleg, wing, or any other forelimb of a vertebrate: the brachial artery.
    • Pertaining or from the supply.
    • associated with the nature of an arm.
    • Pertaining or belonging to the arm.
    • of nature of an arm; resembling an arm.
    • of or relating to an arm
  • others:
    • from the supply, fore knee, wing, pectoral fin, or other fore limb of a vertebrate; specially, from the upper element of these types of user, from neck on shoulder.
    • Of or related to the brachia associated with the Brachiopoda or of other animals, because the wings of pteropods, the hands of cephalopods, the rays of crinoids, etc
  • noun:
    • In ichthyology, one of several a number of bones that the rays of pectoral fins of fishes tend to be attached.
    • In human body: The brachial artery. In Latin kind brachialis (anticus), a muscle of the front associated with upper supply, due to the front of the humerus and inserted to the ulna, flexing the forearm. Also referred to as anticobrachialis. See cut-under muscle.
    • one of several joints of this branches of a crinoid, between the radials in addition to palmars; among joints of the third order, or of a division of the radials.
    • when you look at the morphology for the Crinoidea, one of the calcareous plates which compose the hands.

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