Is Olecranon Length Reflective of Adaptations for Speed or Power in Anthropoids?
Olecranon length is thought to reflect locomotor adaptations, in that cursorial mammals have short olecranons and fossorial species have long olecranons relative to overall ulna length, as adaptations for speed and power, respectively. In closely related
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Selby, Michael S., "Is Olecranon Length Reflective of Adaptations for Speed or Power in Anthropoids?" (2016). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 1683.
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