In the dog and the cat, it is inserted into the ligamentous apparatus of the tarsus, or into the base of the second metatarsal.
The ligamentous cartilage at the symphysis pubis is broader and shorter.
Under these circumstances a ligamentous cord represents the original tube.
The terms "long reed" and "short reed" were the equivalents of Madame Seiler's "glottis" and "ligamentous glottis" respectively.
It never shows the mark of the ligamentous attachment to the head of the femur, which is seen in Mammals.
The plastron is attached to the carapace by ligamentous tissue.
It is too, in a sense, the origin of the discontinuous tendinous and ligamentous structures of the body.
The second is of those the upper side of whose thoracic neck is ligamentous; and here you may range most of the Hymenoptera.
The plastron is united to the carapace by ligamentous tissue and is somewhat flexible anteriorly and posteriorly.
Other scales, much smaller than the axillary and apical, occur on the ligamentous tissue of the hinge of some adults.
ligamentous lig·a·men·tous (lĭg'ə-měn'təs)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a ligament.