Frases y oraciones de ejemplo
partial skull (cráneo parcial)
The holotype of "Eileanchelys" is a partial skull.
The holotype is IVPP V-2776, a partial skull and skeleton.
"Peloroplites" is based on CEUM 26331, a partial skull, with numerous postcranial bones recovered from the same quarry.
fractured skull (cráneo fracturado)
Bamberger suffered a fractured skull, but survived.
Moore fell to the deck with a fractured skull and died the following day.
He suffered many injuries including a fractured skull, broken jaw and a swollen brain.
human skull (cráneo humano)
Inside they found bones and a complete human skull.
(One owner found a human skull placed on his doorstep.)
In a bay they had found a human skull.
skull roof (techo de calavera)
The outer edge of each parietal bone contacts a large hole on each side of the skull roof.
There was a ridge along the back of the skull roof for muscle attachment, as is also seen in tyrannosaurids.
Bony fishes have additional dermal bone, forming a more or less coherent skull roof in lungfish and holost fish.
skull fracture (fractura de cráneo)
One of them later died from a skull fracture.
In case of head injury, a dural tear is likely in case of a depressed skull fracture.
An autopsy conducted on February 19, 2001 concluded that Earnhardt sustained a fatal basilar skull fracture.
Due to a lack of specialised equipment the almost complete skull could only be partially secured.
It is known from a single species, Feeserpeton oklahomensis, which was named in 2012 on the basis of a nearly complete skull.
Geologists eventually found more than 100 of the mastodon's 211 bones, including the complete skull with well-preserved teeth.
The species is thought to be insectivorous due to their occlusal dentition, general skull shape, and skull size.
Some authors assumed that the gharial evolved earlier than the other crocodilians because of its distinct skull shape and dentition, indicating a more advanced level of specialisation.
The species is characterized by a body mass and stature similar to small-bodied human populations, a smaller endocranial volume similar to "Australopithecus", and a cranial morphology (skull shape) similar to early "Homo" species.