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An Unprecedented Look Into Flight-enabling Muscle Architecture

News   May 01, 2019 | Original story from the University of Missouri

 
An Unprecedented Look Into Flight-enabling Muscle Architecture

A three-dimensional view of the skeletal muscles responsible for flight in a European starling will form the basis of future research on the bird’s wishbone, which is supported by these particular muscles and is hypothesized to bend during flight. Image credit: University of Missouri

 
 
 

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