mandibular cartilage

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mandibular cartilage

[man′dib·yə·lər ′kärt·lij]
(embryology)
The bar of cartilage supporting the mandibular arch.
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(14.) J F Rodriguez-Vazquez, J R Merida-Velasco, S Verdugo-Lopez, I Sanchez-Montesinos, J A Merida-Velasco Morphogenesis of the second pharyngeal arch cartilage (Reichert's cartilage) in human embryos.
Pharyngeal arch cartilages from 1st to 3rd arch develop from neural crest while that of 4th and 6th develop from lateral plate mesoderm.