dorsohyal
dorsal hypohyal (see hyoid arch)

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • ceratohyal — the endochondral bone articulating dorsally with the interhyal, anteriorly supporting some branchiostegal rays and ventrally joining one or two hypohyals. The ceratohyal and the epihyal are two ossification centres of the same bone and should… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • hypohyal — the one or two deep, endochondral bones in the hyoid arch between the ceratohyal and the glossohyal. Articulates dorsally with the ceratohyal and ventrally with the basihyal. Lepisosteus has only one while Gadus has two, the dorsal hypohyal or… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • os hypohyale — (plural ossa hypohyalia)) hypohyal (the one or two deep, endochondral bones in the hyoid arch between the ceratohyal and the glossohyal. Articulates dorsally with the ceratohyal and ventrally with the basihyal. Lepisosteus has only one while… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • ventrohyal — ventral hypohyal (the hypohyal is the one or two deep, endochondral bones in the hyoid arch between the ceratohyal and the glossohyal. Articulates dorsally with the ceratohyal and ventrally with the basihyal. Lepisosteus has only one while Gadus… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

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