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mx id: 7929 | OBO id: HAO:0001638 | URI: http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/HAO_0001638
tentorio-cardinal muscle synonyms: M. tentoriocardinalis, extensor of the maxilla, muscle 11
Defined (both definition and relationships must be met)
Definition:
The maxillary muscle that arises from the anterior region of the cranium and inserts adjacent to the cardino-stipital hinge.
written by: Popovici, O. A., I. Mikó, K. Seltmann, and A. R. Deans. 2012. The maxillo-labial complex in Sparasion (Platygastroidea: Platygastridae). Journal of Hymenoptera Research in prep.

Relationships / properties:
The tentorio-cardinal muscle is a maxillar muscle.
The tentorio-cardinal muscle is part of the head. The tentorio-cardinal muscle is part of the multi-cellular organism.
When present, the tentorio-cardinal muscle is attached to the cardo. When present, the tentorio-cardinal muscle is attached to the cuticle. When present, the tentorio-cardinal muscle is attached to the tentorium.

Label usage (sensu)
tentorio-cardinal muscle by Vilhelmsen, L., and I. Miko. 2010. Curators/Head..
M. tentoriocardinalis by Beutel, R., and L. Vilhelmsen. 2007. Head anatomy of Xyelidae (Hexapoda: Hymenoptera) and phylogenetic implications. Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 7:207-230.
muscle 11 by Snodgrass, R. E. 1942. The skeleto-muscular mechanisms of the honey bee. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 103:1-120.
extensor of the maxilla by Duncan, C. D. 1939. A contribution to the biology of North American vespine wasps. Stanford University Publications, Biological Sciences 8:1-233.
Comments and tags
alternative definition added almost 7 years ago by Istvan Miko
The maxillar muscle that arises medially on the posteroventral part of the anterior tentorial arm and inserts on the area composed of the cardo and the stipitocardinal hinge.
  Reference: Vilhelmsen, L., and I. Miko. 2010. Curators/Head..
  Cross reference: None provided.

alternative definition added almost 9 years ago by Katja Seltmann
pint of fixed attachment is anteriorly on the pretentorium; point of movable attachment is anteriorly on base of stipes
  Reference: Youssef, N. 1971. Topography of the cephalic musculature and nervous system of the honey bee Apis mellifera Linnaeus. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 99:1-54.
  Cross reference: None provided.


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