One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Trabs rise steeply or sub-vertically from surface of pinnation, which is approximately 1/3-1/4 of wall thickness from gastral margin.’
- ‘For example, the angle of pinnation of a pinnate muscle may affect the force of contraction.’
- ‘The angle of pinnation was found by placing a protractor along the central tendon and measuring the angle of an individual fiber to the nearest 0.5 deg.’
- ‘Trabs rise steeply or essentially normally to upper surface from ill-defined surface of pinnation that appears to be near gastral margin.’
- ‘Anthaspidellid skeleton with surface of pinnation approximately at midwall, from which trabs rise upward and outward, or inward, to meet dermal and gastral surfaces at acute angles.’
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