Definition of Hyomandibular. Meaning of Hyomandibular. Synonyms of Hyomandibular

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Definition of Hyomandibular

Hyomandibular
Hyomandibular Hy`o*man*dib"u*lar, a. [Hyo- + mandibular.] (Anat.) Pertaining both to the hyoidean arch and the mandible or lower jaw; as, the hyomandibular bone or cartilage, a segment of the hyoid arch which connects the lower jaw with the skull in fishes. -- n. The hyomandibular bone or cartilage.

Meaning of Hyomandibular from wikipedia

- The hyomandibula, commonly referred to as hyomandibular [bone] (Latin: os hyomandibulare, from Gr****: hyoeides, "upsilon-shaped" (υ), and Latin: mandibula...
- eye-socket; d, foramina for spinal nerves; e, notochord; g, quadrate bone; h, hyomandibular bone; i, mandible; j. basibranchials; k, ribs; l, hyoid bone; I, II...
- jaws have euhyostylic type suspension, which relies completely on the hyomandibular cartilages for support. Bottom-dwelling batoids breathe by taking water...
- either term may be used. In fish, the homologous bone is called the hyomandibular, and is part of the gill arch supporting either the spiracle or the...
- prey. The other set of teeth, located posteriorly and connected to the hyomandibular bone, is made up of pharyngeal tooth patches, which are used for sorting...
- operculum bone since it regulates dorsal-ventral patterning of the hyomandibular region. Mutations in Edn1-pathway in zebrafish are known to lead to...
- forward gill-rod (now functioning as the jaw) and the next rod, the hyomandibular bone, supporting the jaw hinge and anchoring the jaw to the skull proper...
- cartilages lack a ligamentous connection to the cranium. Instead, the hyomandibular cartilages provide the only means of jaw support, while the ceratohyal...
- distinguished from other members of the family by the structure of its hyomandibular bone. Specimens of B. idiomorpha have only been collected in the northern...
- portion of the second embryonic arch supporting the gill became the hyomandibular bone of jawed fish, which supports the skull and therefore links the...