Definition of Maxillar. Meaning of Maxillar. Synonyms of Maxillar

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Definition of Maxillar

Maxillar
Maxillar Max"il*lar, Maxillary Max"il*la*ry, a. [L. maxillaris, fr. maxilla jawbone, jaw: cf. F. maxillaire.] 1. (Anat.) Pertaining to either the upper or the lower jaw, but now usually applied to the upper jaw only. -- n. The principal maxillary bone; the maxilla. 2. (Zo["o]l.) Of or pertaining to a maxilla.

Meaning of Maxillar from wikipedia

- The maxillary nerve (CN V2) is one of the three branches or divisions of the trigeminal nerve, the fifth (V) cranial nerve. It comprises the prin****l...
- Facial trauma, also called maxillofacial trauma, is any physical trauma to the face. Facial trauma can involve soft tissue injuries such as burns, lacerations...
- T. E. (1836). "Sketch of an undescribed hooded serpent, with fangs and maxillar teeth". Asiatic Res 19: 87−93. Günther, A. C. L. G. (1864). "Ophiophagus...
- two from the ch****s, which meet the first lobe to form the upper lip; (Maxillar Prominence) d-e) and just below, two additional lobes grow from each side...
- depression in the head or face; for example a sunken eye can indicate a maxillar fracture an eye that cannot move or is deviated to one side can indicate...
- pterygoid bones, tensor palati, and tensor tympani. This arch originates maxillar and mandibular prominences, part of the temporal bone and Meckel's cartilage...
- different location groups: internasal, nasal, nasalmaxillar and maxillar. The maxillar location can be subdivided in median and lateral clefts. ...
- all criteria. In some cases, though, females had a bigger epipharynx and maxillar palpus. Due to its burrowing activity, the chigoe flea has developed a...
- which is bound together by spider silk collected by the female using the maxillar bristles which give the genus Dipogon its name. In small cavities single...
- Bajpai & Thewissen 1998, who's specimen is also lacking the essential maxillar part, thought the cranium above the very small M2 to be to narrow for the...
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