The anterior digastric is a pharyngeal arch I muscle that participates in oral/pharygeal behaviors and is innervated by the nerve to mylohyoid (a branch of the third division of the trigeminal nerve), is attached to the mandible and to the hyoid apparatus, and it is superficial to mylohyoid muscle. [ http://www.feedexp.org/ MFMO:0000073 ]

Synonyms: digastricus anterior belly digastricus, venter rostralis anterior digastric digastric, anterior venter posterior musculus digastrici anterior anterior belly of digastric digastricus anterior anterior belly of digastric muscle venter anterior (musculus digastricus) anterior digastric muscle

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Term information

Subsets

feed_aligned

latin term
venter posterior musculus digastrici anterior [ FMA:TA FMA:46302 ]

external definition

The anterior digastric is a pharyngeal arch I muscle that participates in oral/pharygeal behaviors and is innervated by the nerve to mylohyoid and superficial to mylohyoid muscle, and lacks the midline raphe.[FEED]

id

UBERON:0010943

see also

https://github.com/obophenotype/uberon/issues/538

taxon notes

absent in orangutans