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mx id: 1303 | OBO id: HAO:0001003 | URI: http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/HAO_0001003
tentorium
Defined (both definition and relationships must be met)
Definition:
The apodeme that has its sites of origin marked by the anterior and posterior tentorial pits and gular sulci.
written by: Miko, I. 2009. -2019 Curator. Hymenoptera Anatomy Ontology.

Relationships / properties:
The tentorium is a apodeme.
The tentorium is part of the cranium. The tentorium is part of the cuticle. The tentorium is part of the sclerite.

Figures
Opius dissitus Muesebeck

Label usage (sensu)
tentorium by Gibson , G. A. P., J. D. Read , and R. Fairchild. 1998. Chalcid wasps (Chalcidoidea): illustrated glossary of positional and morphological terms ..
tentorium by Mikó, I., L. Vilhelmsen, N. F. Johnson, L. Masner , and Z. Pénzes. 2007. Morphology of Scelionidae (Hymenoptera: Platygastroidea): head and mesosoma. Zootaxa 1571:1-78.
tentorium by Deans, A. R. 2009. HAO curator..
tentorium by Karlsson, D., and F. Ronquist. 2012. Skeletal Morphology of Opius dissitus and Biosteres carbonarius, with a Discussion of Terminology and Morphological Variation in Opiinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). PLoS ONE 7:1-38.
Comments and tags
alternative definition added about 11 years ago by Istvan Miko
The anatomical cluster that is composed of the tentorial arms and the tentorial bridge.
  Reference: Deans, A. R. 2009. HAO curator..
  Cross reference: None provided.

alternative definition added almost 12 years ago by Istvan Miko
Internal, usually more or less H-like endoskeleton of the head that serves as a site for muscle attachment and that braces the head.
  Reference: Gibson , G. A. P., J. D. Read , and R. Fairchild. 1998. Chalcid wasps (Chalcidoidea): illustrated glossary of positional and morphological terms ..
  Cross reference: None provided.

alternative definition added over 12 years ago by Andy Deans
The endoskeletal brace of the cranium formed of united anterior and posterior pairs of arms, bearing primarily the origins of the ventral muscles of the gnathal appendages and usually giving attachment secondarily, on a pair of dorsal arms, to the antennal muscles.
  Reference: Snodgrass, R. E. 1935. Principles of insect morphology. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York & London 667 pp.
  Cross reference: None provided.


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