The part of the forelimb extending from the shoulder to the autopod[cjm]. [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arm ]
uberon_slim, efo_slim, pheno_slim
this class refers to the combination of the stylopod and zeugopod of a forelimb. Sometimes (cf FMA), 'arm' denotes the stylopod only; sometimes (cf MA), 'arm' denotes the part of the forelimb covering both (i.e. shoulder to hand). Also note distinction between arm and forelimb: hand is part of forelimb, but not part of arm
The part of the forelimb extending from the shoulder to the autopod[cjm].
currently declared as overlapping hand, as AOs disagree over whether some wrist parts are in the arm or hand
Most anatomists now agree that the three proximal bones of the tetrapod limbs are homologous to the two or three proximal elements of the paired fin skeleton of other sarcopterygians, that is the humerus-femur, radius-tibia, and ulna-fibula.[well established][VHOG]