Acetabulum

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Acetabulum

An ancient Roman unit of volume approximately equivalent to 68 milliliters.
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The present study found male acetabula to be larger in diameter than female acetabula, with a p-value of <0.001, deeming this result highly significant.
The acetabula investigated in the present study exhibited significant morphometric differences between males and females, making it a good sex indicator for the Black African population of KwaZulu-Natal.
Further research needs to be conducted on the acetabula of different African populations due to the morphometric and morphological similarities between the Black African population group of KwaZulu-Natal and the Nigerian population studied by Ukoha et al.
--grupo longimaxillaris: garras con con cuatro a seis <<garritas laterales>>, acetabula redondos con pedunculos cortos y un esclerito redondeado entre las placas coxales; incluye las especies N.
--grupo desajunos: garras con ocho <<garritas laterales>>, acetabula ligeramente elongados; integrado por la especie N.
-- Genital acetabula three to many pairs; female genital field with two pairs of acetabular plates; anterior female plates with an elognate, inner flap that is heavily sclerotized and bears one or two, short, thick, spinous, setae; posterior female plate modified and resembling Polyatax, but with fewer acetabula; coxal plates variable, with one species, U.
-- Genital acetabula five pairs; female genital field with two pairs of acetabular plates; anterior female plates with a slightly elongate, inner flap that is heavily sclerotized and bears one or two, short, thick, spinous, setae; posterior female plate unmodified; pedipalp subcylindrical and well-sclerotized with tarsus usually elongate quadrate in outline with large, obvious clawlets; dorsum with obvious dorsal plates; male genital field as in Polyatax; male fourth walking leg modified, especially genu, but the tibia is essentially unmodified; tarsal claws of walking legs bifid; coxal plates with obvious borders.