gill arch

[gil]
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noun


Origin of gill arch

First recorded in 1875–80
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Historical Examples of gill arch

  • Note the gill-rakers, short and blunt, on the first gill-arch.

  • Von Baer also confirmed Rathke's discovery of the operculum, assigning it, however, to the second gill-arch.

    Form and Function

    E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell

  • Huschke was indeed the first to suggest that both upper and lower jaws were formed in the first gill-arch.

    Form and Function

    E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell

  • On the three bones forming the first gill-arch are attached numerous appendages called gill-rakers .


gill arch in Medicine

gill arch

[gĭl]

n.

branchial arch
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