Bifurcation: a forking or division into two: the point at which a forking occurs.
The bifurcation at the pasterns, and the two larger pasterns to each foot.
But in other species the ramification of the apophyses assumes more the form of bifurcation or of irregular branching.
On the left the bifurcation of Mont-sous-les-Cotes is passed.
Bifurcation at the pasterns, and the two larger pasterns to each foot.
It was as we reached this bifurcation that I found I had guessed rightly.
I have however been discussing an extreme form of the bifurcation theory.
Let us look a little more closely at this double direction, this bifurcation, as it were, of Christian growth.
It may be located behind the point of bifurcation of the trachea or where the oesophagus is crossed by the left bronchus.
A bifurcation of the ventral end of the scapula results in a large glenoid foramen.