Origin of coracoid
OTHER WORDS FROM coracoidin·ter·cor·a·coid, adjectivepre·cor·a·coid, adjectivesub·cor·a·coid, adjective
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How to use coracoid in a sentence
But there is no teleological reason why the coracoid process of the scapula should in all mammals develop from a separate centre.
The scapula (with supra-scapula) is the pleurapophysis, the coracoid the hæmapophysis, of the occipital vertebra.
In the pelvic girdle the ilium corresponds to the scapula, the ischium to the coracoid, the pubis to the clavicle.
It may include three bones on each side named coracoid, precoracoid, and scapula.
Chameleons have the blade of the scapula long and slender, but the coracoid is always as broad as it is long.