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Topical headingPhalanges
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Variant(s)Phalange (Anatomy)
Phalanx (Anatomy)
See alsoBones
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Found inWork cat.: Cooch, F.G. A method for rapid identification of the murres, Uria lomvia and Uria aalge, based on tibiotarsus and phalanges, 1982.
Henderson's dict. of biological terms, 2000 (phalanges: the bones of the fingers and toes of vertebrates; phalanx (1): one of several bones (phalanges) in fingers or toes. (2): bundle of stamens united by filaments)
McGraw-Hill dict. of sci. and technical terms, c2003 (phalanx: One of the bones of the fingers or toes)
The Wordsworth dictionary of science & technology, 1995 (phalanx see phalanges; phalanges: in vertebrates, the bones supporting the segments of the digits)
The American Heritage dictionary of the English language, via, Feb. 16, 2005 (phalanx 3. Inflected forms: pl. phalanges. Anatomy. A bone of a finger or toe. Also called phalange; phalangeal also phalangal or phalangean: Anatomy. Of or relating to a phalanx or phalanges)
LC database, Feb. 16, 2005 (phalangeal variants in Aboriginal fingers; variants of ossification in pedal phalanges)