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
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.