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Study of monkey, ape and human morphology and physiology relating to strength and endurance. IV: The musculoskeletal anatomy of the thorax and brachium of an adult female chimpanzee



Study of monkey, ape and human morphology and physiology relating to strength and endurance. IV: The musculoskeletal anatomy of the thorax and brachium of an adult female chimpanzee



Us Air Force Tech Doc Rep Arl Tr 65(3): 1-43



The left thoracic and brachial musculature of a young-adult female chimpanzee is described and illustrated with the accuracy of detail plus clarity made possible by the photo-etching process. Other data are depicted graphically by section drawings. Comparisons with data from the literature on other chimpanzees, apes, humans, and non- hominoid primates are also provided, with emphasis on quantitative aspects.

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