|Statement||by F.H.S. Knowles.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 82108, Museum bulletin no. 9. Anthropological series / Geological Survey of Canada -- no. 4.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (25 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||25|
The glenoid fossa in the skull of the Eskimo by Knowles, Francis Howe Seymour, Sir, Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Knowles, Francis H.S. (Francis Howe Seymour), Glenoid fossa in the skull of the Eskimo. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Knowles, Francis H.S. (Francis Howe Seymour), Glenoid fossa in the skull of the Eskimo. The Glenoid Fossa in the Skull of the Eskimo. By F. H. S. KNOWLES. The glenoid fossae in the human skull are concave depres- sions on the basal aspect of the temporal bones.
The glenoid fossa in the skull of the Eskimo / By Sir F. H. S. (Francis Howe Seymour) Knowles. Abstract. The guard sheets are include in the head of title: Canada. Departent of mines "References to literature consulted": p. Mode of access: Internet. The glenoid fossa in the skull of the Eskimo / by F. H. S. Knowles. By (Francis Howe Seymour) F. H. S. Sir Knowles Topics: Craniology, EskimosAuthor: F. H. S. Knowles. The glenoid fossa in the skull of the Eskimo / By (Francis Howe Seymour) F. H. S. Sir Knowles Topics: Craniology, Eskimos. Start studying Chapter 5 head & neck anatomy. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Glenoid fossa. A shallow depression within the temporal bone. Insertion. The moveable end of a muscle. The encapsulated synovial joint between the temporal bone of the skull and the condylar of the mandible.
In Mr. Francis Knowles published a paper on the Glenoid Fossa in Eskimo skulls in which he pointed out the racial value of this feature. In simia it is shallow, in human, deep. In the Eskimo the fossa is of intermediate depth. This shallowness of the fossa in Eskimo skulls he attributes to the extensive use of the mandible in the chewing of raw. Sinoconodon rigneyi is an ancient mammaliamorph or early mammal (depending on systematic approach) that appears in the fossil record of China in the Sinemurian stage of the Early Jurassic period, about million years ago. While in many traits very similar to non-mammalian synapsids, it possessed a special, secondarily evolved jaw joint between the dentary and the squamosal bones, which had Kingdom: Animalia. The glenoid fossa position became more anterior in both groups of animals subjected to molar grinding as compared with controls (Pfossa was also in a more inferior position (PThe glenoid fossa was more anteriorly located on the. The Skull Skull morphology provides important information for identifying mammals and understanding their biology. Familiarize yourself with the basic elements and landmarks of the mammalian skull, as exemplified in a dog or horse skull. Be sure to find the following bones and landmarks: Bones nasal frontal lacrimal parietal premaxilla squamosal.