astragalus is common on the borders of the fields, and in some of them Ervum, Lamium and Vicia.
The fibula articulates with the calcaneum, and the astragalus is very flat.
Of these the calcaneum is the fibulare, and the astragalus is generally regarded as the tibiale and intermedium fused.
The caterpillar eats astragalus, Thermopsis, and white clover.
A few new species of Crucifer and astragalus were obtained on the ridge.
The os calcis is crushed between the astragalus and the ground.
A second diagnostic point is the abnormal position of the calcaneus and scaphoid with relation to the malleoli and astragalus.
astragalus, a genus of papilionaceous plants, herbaceous or shrubby, and often spiny.
On the internal surface of the astragalus is found a tubercle, which forms a projection in the corresponding region of the ham.
astragalus, the upper bone of the foot supporting the tibia; the buckle, ankle, or sling bone.
astragalus as·trag·a·lus (ə-strāg'ə-ləs)