patella believes that the best part of the project was discovering unknown talent.
The shells of Fissurella are generally rougher than those of patella and they live, as a rule, in warmer seas.
That the patella and articular surface of the femur are healthy.
In one case a Martini-Henry was found impacted between the femoral condyles, having slipped in beneath the margin of the patella.
Exit, about centre of patella, which latter was cleanly perforated.
A genus formed of those species of patella which have a produced, recurved beak.
The third and fourth legs have the femur and patella orange.
The existence of two renal organs in patella, and their relation to the pericardium (a portion of the coelom), is important.
The patella and tibia together are nearly as long as the femur.
The male palpi have the patella and tibia thickened and about as wide as long.
patella pa·tel·la (pə-těl'ə)
n. pl. pa·tel·lae (-těl'ē)
A flat triangular bone located in the combined tendon of the extensors of the leg and covering the front surface of the knee joint. Also called kneecap.
A pan-shaped anatomical formation.
Plural patellae (pə-těl'ē)
The small, flat, movable bone at the front of the knee in most mammals. Also called kneecap. See more at skeleton.