Visceral arches


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Related to Visceral arches: Gill arches, Pharyngeal arches
(Anat.) the bars or ridges between the visceral clefts.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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At day 12 of pregnancy, control embryo appeared normal with closed visceral arches and cervical sinuses; tongue and limb buds formed, head folds were particularly prominent and neural closure occurred normally (Figs.
However, systematic deposits of calcium phosphate have also been found in chondrocranium, jaws, visceral arches, fin cartilage, claspers, neural and haemal arches (Clement, 1992).
PRELIMINARY CHARACTERIZATION OF THE VISCERAL ARCHES OF Rhinoptera brasiliensis MULLER & HENLE, 1841 (ELASMOBRANCHII: MYLIOBATIDAE).