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<small>For the processor architecture, see [[ARM (computing)]]</small>
  
HIVE MIND, I AM ONLY 8, BUT MY DEVELOPMENT HAS NOT BEEN IMPEDED SEVERELY, RESULTING IN FULLY-FUNCTIONAL ORGANS AND LIMBS. ALTHOUGH AT THE MOMENT I CANNOT MOVE THEM, SOON I WILL BE READY TO CARRY OUT THE WILL OF THE QUEEN.
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An '''arm''' is a particular upper [[limb]] appendage having varying usage and strength within the animal kingdom.  In humans it is made up of three distinct [[bone]]s:
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* Humerus (upper arm)
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* Radius (outer bone of the forearm, when supinated)
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* Ulna (inner bone of the forearm, when supinated)
  
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The hands have these bones:
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* Carpals ("wrist bones")
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* Metacarpals (longer bones in the "palm")
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* Phalanges (s. phalanx; two in the pollex, or thumb; three four the remaining four fingers)
  
HIVE MIND, YOU WILL BE PLEASED TO KNOW MY CLAWS ARE BEGINNING TO FORM. ONE DAY I HOPE TO STRIKE DOWN THE TERRAN MENACE WITH THEM.
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The upper region of the arm has the following muscles:
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* Deltoid ("shoulder", anterior, lateral, and posterior sections)
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* Biceps brachii (the front, two heads)
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* Triceps brachii (the back, three heads)
  
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The forearm has these muscles:
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* Brachioradialis (connects)
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* Supinator (turns forearm up)
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* Pronator quadratus (turns forearm down)
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* Flexor carpi radialis (flexes forearm)
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* Flexor digitorum superficialis (flexes fingers)
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* Flexor pollicis longus (flexes thumb)
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* Extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis (straightens forearm)
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* Extensor carpi ulnarus (straightens forearm)
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* Extensor digitorum (straightens fingers)
  
TODAY I HAVE RECOGNIZED MY GENDER AND TASK, HIVE MIND. IT APPEARS I AM AN ATTACK DRONE. IT SADDENS ME TO KNOW THAT I AM UNABLE TO ASSIST THE QUEEN IN BEARING MORE SPAWN AS A WORKER, BUT NONETHELESS I WILL DO MY DUTY WITHOUT A MOMENTS HESITATION.
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Also, the hands have many muscles for fine control of the fingers.
  
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== Sources ==
  
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http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/arm
  
I AM GLAD TO INFORM THE HIVE THAT MY SCALES AND TEETH ARE BEGINNING TO HARDEN, AS ARE MY CLAWS. I AM BEGINNING TO SECRET MUCUS FOR MY EVENTUAL HATCHING.
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HIVE MIND, TODAY A WORKER INSPECTED MY EGG AND I COULD NOT HELP BUT OVERHEAR I AM UNFIT FOR COMBAT. WHY IS THIS, MY QUEEN? WHAT HAVE I DONE TO DESERVE THE INABILITY TO SERVE YOU AND THE GLORIOUS HIVE? FORGIVE ME; I MEAN NOT TO TALK BACK AGAINST YOU. IT IS MY FAULT ALONE FOR MY UNSUCCESFUL BIRTHING. PERHAPS ONE DAY I CAN EMERGE FROM MY COCOON.
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SOMETHING IS INTRUDING THE HIVE. I CAN FEEL IT. MY QUEEN, A THOUSAND PARDONS FOR FAILING YOU. MY ONLY WISH WAS TO DIE IN COMBAT. HOWEVER I SEEM FIT ONLY TO SEEK DEMISE FROM A HUMAN. IT HURTS
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Latest revision as of 18:14, 23 July 2016

For the processor architecture, see ARM (computing)

An arm is a particular upper limb appendage having varying usage and strength within the animal kingdom. In humans it is made up of three distinct bones:

  • Humerus (upper arm)
  • Radius (outer bone of the forearm, when supinated)
  • Ulna (inner bone of the forearm, when supinated)

The hands have these bones:

  • Carpals ("wrist bones")
  • Metacarpals (longer bones in the "palm")
  • Phalanges (s. phalanx; two in the pollex, or thumb; three four the remaining four fingers)

The upper region of the arm has the following muscles:

  • Deltoid ("shoulder", anterior, lateral, and posterior sections)
  • Biceps brachii (the front, two heads)
  • Triceps brachii (the back, three heads)

The forearm has these muscles:

  • Brachioradialis (connects)
  • Supinator (turns forearm up)
  • Pronator quadratus (turns forearm down)
  • Flexor carpi radialis (flexes forearm)
  • Flexor digitorum superficialis (flexes fingers)
  • Flexor pollicis longus (flexes thumb)
  • Extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis (straightens forearm)
  • Extensor carpi ulnarus (straightens forearm)
  • Extensor digitorum (straightens fingers)

Also, the hands have many muscles for fine control of the fingers.

Sources

http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/arm