Cranial nerve that branches into the ramus communicans (to the skin), the pretrematic (to the walls of the pharynx and mouth, viscero-sensory fibers), and the larval post-trematic branch (lost in the adult). [ https://www.worldcat.org/search?q=bn%3A0471209627 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossopharyngeal_nerve ]

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Term information

database cross reference
Subsets

uberon_slim, pheno_slim, vertebrate_core

latin term
nervus glossopharyngeus [ix] [ FMA:TA FMA:50870 ]

abbreviation
CN-IX

abbreviation
9n [ BIRNLEX:899 NIFSTD:NeuroNames_abbrevSource ]

definition

Cranial nerve that branches into the ramus communicans (to the skin), the pretrematic (to the walls of the pharynx and mouth, viscero-sensory fibers), and the larval post-trematic branch (lost in the adult).

depicted by

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5e/Gray791.png

external definition

Small nerve consisting of branchiomotor and visceral efferent and afferent fibers which innervate the m. subarculais rectus I, dorsal buccal mucosa, and the tongue.[AAO]

has exact synonym

glossopharyngeal nerve [IX]

glossopharyngeal nerve tree

ninth cranial nerve

nervus glossopharyngeus [ix]

glossopharyngeal IX

glossopharyngeal IX nerve

nervus glossopharyngeus

has related synonym

cranial nerve IX

CN-IX

nerve IX

nervus glossopharyngeus

homology notes

We conclude this section by listing some of the many synapomorphies of craniates, including (...) (5) cranial nerves (...) (reference 1); Phylogenetically, the cranial nerves are thought to have evolved from dorsal and ventral nerves of a few anterior spinal nerves that became incorporated into the braincase. Dorsal and ventral nerves fuse in the trunk but not in the head, and they produce two series: dorsal cranial nerves (V, VII, IX, and X) and ventral cranial nerves (III, IV, VI, and XIII) (reference 2).[well established][VHOG]

id

UBERON:0001649