noun, plural chon·dro·cra·ni·ums, chon·dro·cra·ni·a [kon-droh-krey-nee-uh] /ˌkɒn droʊˈkreɪ ni ə/.
Origin of chondrocranium
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Historical Examples of chondrocranium
The mandibles, however, are in part derived from the chondrocranium.
In the Dipneusti36 the chondrocranium is strengthened in the adult by numerous bones.
Numerous membrane bones cover the chondrocranium externally.
In the sturgeon the chondrocranium is ensheathed by numerous membrane bones, but cartilage bones are absent.
Behind, the primary skull or chondrocranium gives off two occipal or rear skull plates.